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You can right-click on the document icon and select 'Properties', which will show you Date Created, Date Modified and Date Accessed. Also, if you are looking at the document in a Windows Explorer window (like My Documents), you can use Detail View to see that info as well. If Date Created is not one of the columns in the detail view you can add it by pulling down the View menu and selecting Choose Details... -- this will bring up a dialog box that will let you choose a number of different attributes (including Date Created) to add to the view. Hope that helps!
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[QUOTE=Wallbanger;385416]You can right-click on the document icon and select 'Properties', which will show you Date Created, Date Modified and Date Accessed. Also, if you are looking at the document in a Windows Explorer window (like My Documents), you can use Detail View to see that info as well. If Date Created is not one of the columns in the detail view you can add it by pulling down the View menu and selecting Choose Details... -- this will bring up a dialog box that will let you choose a number of different attributes (including Date Created) to add to the view. Hope that helps![/QUOTE] It does. Thank you.
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