How do I determine what data was deleted - large amount

I haven't have any users complain that their data files are gone, but I noticed today on my server's backup exec that the backup job was 40 GB smaller than the day before.  This is a substanial amount of data and I wanted to find out if I can analyze the backup jobs automatically somehow or use something in Windows to see what exactly was deleted.  
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You didn't mention the version of BE, but the default job log path is C:\Program Files\Symantec\Backup Exec\Data. HTH

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ehessAuthor Commented:
I do have access to the job log paths within the app, but I wanted to know if I could find a place that said x amount of data backed up on C, x amount on D and so on.  

Backup Exec 2010 R2, version 13.0 Rev. 4164
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