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Posted on 2011-03-24
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Hi,

We are in need of a small help. We are uploading some documents in the Sharepoint website but want the document upload date to be shown as previous date. Is there a way to achieve the same.
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saigasmith earned 250 total points
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The date/time shown in SharePoint is the date/time on the SharePoint server. The only way I know would be to change the daye/time on the actual server, upload the docs, and then change the date/time back to current.
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by:Randy Downs
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maybe just include the date in the file as footer
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by:Eldrick Vance
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You could add a date field to the doc library or list and populate that field with the date you want.
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