When you use Microsoft Word, a word processor made by Microsoft Corporation, to make a document, it stores information about the user who made the file and the user who last saved it. This feature can be helpful for keeping track of how a project is going, but it can also give third parties access to private information. You can change that information quickly and easily, though.
Open the “Start” menu in Windows. To start the program, click on the “Microsoft Office” folder and then on “Microsoft Word.”
Click “File” at the top of the screen and then “Options” on the left.
Change the information in the “Make your copy of Microsoft Office your own” section. Both your username and your initials can be changed. Microsoft Word uses these two fields to find out who saved a document most recently.
Click “OK” to make sure your new settings are correct. Press “Ctrl” and “S” on your keyboard at the same time to save your document with the new username and initials you gave.