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    SaveDate

    Is it possible to get the SaveDate of the active document using VBA? I'm looking for the same value that would appear in a Word field that displays the SaveDate.

    I want the date/time, but I don't want to use the field.

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    Richard Barrett

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    Word exposes a number of document properties to VBA. You could try those: BuiltInDocumentProperties Property.

    I think the specific one you want is: wdPropertyTimeLastSaved
    Last edited by jscher2000; 2011-09-13 at 20:21. Reason: More Info

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