Displays general information about the current document.
If some of the following information is not available, the boxes display "Unknown."
Displays the name of the document.
Displays the type of document. The type is based on the application used to create the document.
Displays the folder containing the document.
Displays the size of the document in bytes, kilobytes, and megabytes.
Displays the name of the document as it would appear in a File Allocation Table file naming system. These types of documents have an eight-character name and three-character extension.
Displays the date and time the document was created or copied.
Displays the date and time the document was last modified.
Displays the date that the document was last opened or copied.
Displays the attributes of the current document. These settings are read-only.
Indicates that the document is read-only. You cannot open a read-only file for writing. You cannot create a file with the same name as a read-only file.
Shows that the document is an archive document.
Indicates that the document is a hidden document. You usually cannot see this document in the Windows Explorer.
Shows that the document is a system document. You usually cannot see this document unless you change the options in the Internet Explorer.