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Visio 2013 - Backstage View - Info?  Gone?

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I would like to see the date I last printed my Visio file.
In Word, Excel, etc 2010, in the INFO menu item in the backstage view you can see the date of last printing.  
Did this go away?  Please tell me I can find this valuable data!
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Rgonzo1971 earned 500 total points
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Hi,

Pls try this

http://www.visguy.com/2008/10/21/title-blocks-1-how-to-display-existing-document-information/

EDIT
or maybe

if you click on properties Little arrow then on Extended Properties and the Statistics

Regards
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by:brothertruffle880
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Hi Rgonzo:
First Solution:
The first link was extremely useful and I'll definitely use it.  However, I just want to take a quick peek at my last printed date.  I don't want to include that information in my drawing.
Second solution:
I clicked on the little arrow and got the following.  Still can't see the last printed date in backstage view.


properties
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by:brothertruffle880
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Uggggh  Apologies Rgonzo.  You were NEVER able to see last printed date in backstage view!
I assumed that you could because this information is in the backstage view of MS Word.

Thanks for your patience and advice.
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