Question:-How I can Use 2003 to 2007 Document Information Panel?
Answer:-Use of 2003 to 2007 Document Information Panel
When you pause your mouse on your document in Windows Explorer, does it list the author as someone you worked with five years ago? If you started with an existing document, the document property information is probably out of date. With Microsoft Office 2003 documents, most people don't take the time to right-click the file in Windows Explorer, click Properties, and then edit the document information. With the Document Information Panel in Microsoft Office Enterprise 2007 and Office Professional Plus 2007, you can edit document properties directly in the program.
1. Click the Office button, and then click Prepare.
2. Click Properties. The Document Information Panel appears below the Ribbon.
3. Enter the appropriate information and save the document.
Keep in mind, search engines like the ones included in Windows Vista and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 use document properties to deliver search results that are more relevant. So if you want to make something easier to find, make sure your document properties are up to date.