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Hiding Membership Info In Word 2007 For Content in a Document Library

  Asked By: Ami    Date: May 02    Category: MOSS    Views: 1641

Here's an interesting one...

Using Word 2007 to open up a doc in your portal, if you click the
"Office button" --> Server --> Document Management Information the
Document Management Information panel appears on the right-hand side.
This panel shows things like Status, Members, Tasks, Documents and

What I'd like to do is hide/prevent the current user from seeing the
membership. That is to say, I do not want the current users to see what
other members exist on this site. Is this even possible?

The idea behind this is that we've a central repository of
documents/content available by multiple people but we would like those
people to "not be aware" of the others.



5 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Jaya Deoghar     Answered On: May 02

I'm not sure what you mean. I use Word 2007 to open a doc in my
document library, and I don't see the document  managed information
panel on my setup.

Maybe I'm missing a step here to recreate what you are doing?

Answer #2    Answered By: Candi Branch     Answered On: May 02

Try this path...

Open the document  in the portal by clicking on it...Word 2007 opens.
Click the "Office button" and you should see the "Server" option. From
there you should see the Document Management Information choice.

Answer #3    Answered By: Jan Chen     Answered On: May 02

i do not know a way. did you find one?

Answer #4    Answered By: Britni Shepard     Answered On: May 02

The DIP is an infopath form and should be customizable to display what you want.
I haven't messed with Infopath for a while so can't give you much more than a
pointer in that direction.

Answer #5    Answered By: Girja Garg     Answered On: May 02

Just keep in mind that there are many other ways to get to this
information (including links to this in the site navigation, a web part
that is available to all users, and the RPC/Web Services interfaces for
the more technically inclined).