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Sample Letter of Authorization

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Hi,

 

I've never seen this before and can't figure it out.

 

I've created a PDF document from Word and the document tab in Adobe Acrobat says 'Sample Letter of Authorization' and this shows when I link to a document online and I don't know where it is coming from or what it means.  Any assistance would be appreciated.

 

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Check the document properties in Word and see if perhaps that is the document title that you may have inherited from some template document. Depending upon you options in Acrobat, you may be displaying the document title in the PDF (inherited from the document title in Word) as opposed to the PDF file name.

 

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Sample Letter of Authorization

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Hi,

 

I've never seen this before and can't figure it out.

 

I've created a PDF document from Word and the document tab in Adobe Acrobat says 'Sample Letter of Authorization' and this shows when I link to a document online and I don't know where it is coming from or what it means.  Any assistance would be appreciated.

 

Marc5EF2_0-1605477839230.png

 

Check the document properties in Word and see if perhaps that is the document title that you may have inherited from some template document. Depending upon you options in Acrobat, you may be displaying the document title in the PDF (inherited from the document title in Word) as opposed to the PDF file name.

 

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Check the document properties in Word and see if perhaps that is the document title that you may have inherited from some template document. Depending upon you options in Acrobat, you may be displaying the document title in the PDF (inherited from the document title in Word) as opposed to the PDF file name.

 

- Dov Isaacs, Principal Scientist, Adobe

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Awesome. I found it in both documents. Resolved.

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Go to File / Properties and click the first thumbtab, Description.

The Title Field populates what's seen in the document tab. Change it to whatever you want.

 

If you want to correct this in the source Word document, go to File / Info / Properties / Advanced Properties. Whatever is in the Title Field there is converted into the PDF's Title Field.

 

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