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    Changing date attribute (97/SR2)

    Is there a way to change the date attribute of a document without using some third-party software? I made some minor corrections to a document, but want it to retain the date on which it was originally completed.

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    Re: Changing date attribute (97/SR2)

    This is only and educated guess: no.
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    Re: Changing date attribute (97/SR2)

    Are you referring to a date visible in the document or the timestamp in the file properties?

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    Re: Changing date attribute (97/SR2)

    Time-stamp

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    Re: Changing date attribute (97/SR2)

    I suppose you could change the date on your PC, save the document then change the date baack.

    Ian

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