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Why doesn't view\choose details\keywords work?

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by BobW, Feb 15, 2010.

  1. BobW

    BobW Flightless Bird

    1. Store a keyword in a Word.doc Document Properties area.
    2. Put the word.doc in a folder.
    3. Open the folder.
    4. Choose View\Choose Details.
    5. Scroll to bottom and check the 'Keywords' box.
    6. a new Keywords column appears in the folder.
    7. But it is still empty.

    So, just what keywords are supposed to display in that column...and where do
    I type my keywords to associate them with each file, if not in the document's
    Properties area?
     
  2. Russ SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]

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    You'd probably have better luck Posting this in one of the "WORD" newsgroups
    maybe the
    microsoft.public.word.documanagement
    newsgroup
    Russ

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    "BobW" <BobW@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:96488FD8-A1B2-4F9A-AC85-289632914814@microsoft.com...
    > 1. Store a keyword in a Word.doc Document Properties area.
    > 2. Put the word.doc in a folder.
    > 3. Open the folder.
    > 4. Choose View\Choose Details.
    > 5. Scroll to bottom and check the 'Keywords' box.
    > 6. a new Keywords column appears in the folder.
    > 7. But it is still empty.
    >
    > So, just what keywords are supposed to display in that column...and where
    > do
    > I type my keywords to associate them with each file, if not in the
    > document's
    > Properties area?
     
  3. Bernd

    Bernd Flightless Bird

    -------- Original-Nachricht --------

    > 1. Store a keyword in a Word.doc Document Properties area.
    > 2. Put the word.doc in a folder.
    > 3. Open the folder.
    > 4. Choose View\Choose Details.
    > 5. Scroll to bottom and check the 'Keywords' box.
    > 6. a new Keywords column appears in the folder.
    > 7. But it is still empty.
    >
    > So, just what keywords are supposed to display in that column...and where do
    > I type my keywords to associate them with each file, if not in the document's
    > Properties area?


    Mmmmmh ... I see no "Keywords" column option in my Explorer.
    AFAIK Keywords are not shown in Explorer.

    BTW: I've heard reports about some Adobe Reader versions creating a
    Keywords column, but only for PDF.

    Bernd
     
  4. Alan Edwards

    Alan Edwards Flightless Bird

    There is no "Keywords" in my View\Choose Details in Explorer(Win XP
    Pro SP3)
    "Sample Rate" is the one I see if I scroll to the bottom.
    Have you some third-party addon to get such an option?

    ....Alan
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    http://dts-l.com/index.htm



    On Mon, 15 Feb 2010 15:47:01 -0800, in
    microsoft.public.windowsxp.general, BobW
    <BobW@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:

    >1. Store a keyword in a Word.doc Document Properties area.
    >2. Put the word.doc in a folder.
    >3. Open the folder.
    >4. Choose View\Choose Details.
    >5. Scroll to bottom and check the 'Keywords' box.
    >6. a new Keywords column appears in the folder.
    >7. But it is still empty.
    >
    >So, just what keywords are supposed to display in that column...and where do
    >I type my keywords to associate them with each file, if not in the document's
    >Properties area?
     

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