You may remember my previous post about removing Meta data which is a MS Office add-in from Microsoft. Here is an individual program, which I think much better for removing Meta data from MS word 97/200/XP and 2003.
DocScrubber a free tool from Javacoolsoftware that analyze your word document (multiple documents also) and remove hidden or potentially embarrassing data from your documents. Moreover, it can also produce an analysis of any Word document to show what metadata it contains.
Using this application is also quite simple. Download (820Kb) and install it. Run the program. If you want to analyze the Meta data from a document before deleting it, just click on “Analyze’ tab and select a document. Click ‘Next’ and it will show what hidden data your word document includes.
To remove Meta data, click on “Scrub” tab from the main window, select an option (single document or multiple document) and select the document you want to scrub. Click Next and select what you want to delete from you document and click ‘Next’ for completing the task.
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