Microsoft Word is a word-processing program that manages text and graphic images.
Open the My Documents system folder by double-clicking the desktop icon.Locate the saved document and right-click on its icon.Roll the cursor over the "Send to" option on the list that appears. That will save a copy of the file at a reduced size. Right-click the original file icon in the My Documents folder. Click the "Yes" button in the appearing dialog box to confirm your delete command.Reopen the compressed file at its original size for printing.If Remove Hidden Data isn't clever enough for you, there's a third-party tool called Work Share that has much more customizability.
Not sure I'd actually recommend it, as it tends to make Word crash a lot.If you don't want to or can't install the Remove Hidden Data Add-in suggested by tjrobinson you can just select the entire document and paste it into a new Word doc.Then save it and you'll have gotten rid of the hidden data. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count).Right-click the zipped folder icon containing the file.Click the "Extract all" option to open the extraction wizard.Click "Next" in the dialog box to continue, then click "Next" on the select destination box.