One of the professional touches when distributing a presentation is to verify what, if any, properties information is going out with the presentation. As example, if I developed a presentation for a client I would not want this information in the file properties:

Having my name, company and other information not pertaining to the client would be unprofessional.

But if I go to Inspect Document, check ‘Document Properties and Personal Information’ and inspect the file:

I am given an information dialog that says there are personal information in the file properties. What it does not do is give you a quick way to open the file properties and see what is there (go to Office Button >> Prepare >> Properties). But it does give me an option to remove the properties information.

Now the file properties are ready for me to add the end client information, or leave completely blank – either is a more professional touch than displaying your personal information.

– Troy @ TLC