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Solved: Word 2010 Want to Delete a Date Stamp on one Saved Item .

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  1. phil18646

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    Somehow some time back I set Word 2010 to show a date on every saved page that I have. The date shows up on the bottom of the page on the left side. It also shows on a saved document for an envelope that I made. I want to delete that particular date stamp but when I open the envelope, I cannot figure out how to delete it on this item.
    Any suggestions would be appreciated.
     
  2. draceplace

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    look in the footer?
     
  3. phil18646

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    Couldn't find anything there to relate to this problem..
     
  4. cybertech

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    Could it be a field code?
     
  5. phil18646

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    Don't think so!
     
  6. draceplace

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    Word 2010 has a feature in the 'File' tab (Select Info on the left) called 'check for issues' . The document inspector may be able to find this offending date.
     
  7. cybertech

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    From the insert tab click on Date & Time, is the set as default box checked?
     
  8. phil18646

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    When I look at Date & Time, there is a tab to set it as default, but what about removing it as default?
     
  9. phil18646

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    Found the answer - there was a printer setting that was causing the problem.
     
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    Thanks for letting us know! :)
     
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