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SharePoint 2010  Page Edit/Version History

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We are interested in finding out how to find out who last edited a specific page in SharePoint. Is this possible? If so, how?
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It's part of the metadata, if you are using the Publishing Feature, anything in the /Pages library has an creator and last modifier.  

If you are not using Publishing... hmm.... not sure.  It's possible SharePoint Designer would reveal the last modified user of default.aspx

Are you using the Publishing Feature of MOSS?
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If you go to View All site content > Pages > and look for the modified page > View version history.

You will find the versions and last modified by.
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