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Need help retrieving Word document history in detail

Posted on 2012-12-21
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Hi,

Just like the title says: How can I retrieve a full detail history from a MS Word doc?

I need to know when the document was created?
Need to know when every entries were made?
Need to know when every time the document was modified?
Need to know where it was created?

Basically a full forensic analysis.

Is there a way besides using a third party software? If not, Is there such a program and can anyone recommend me one?

Thanks
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No that did not work. I have already tried that. Thanks though...

Just to be clear this document was created from office 2003.
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ZerodotZerodotZerodotZero--
Perhaps of help
http://en.allexperts.com/q/Microsoft-Word-1058/History-document.htm
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