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We are having some versioning conflicts with some of our PDF files.

Can someone please look at the attached screen shot and let me know if the following can be determined by the information in the image that's attached:


1 - Does any of the information contained in the image show or indicate if the file that this image references was either modified or created on any of the dates listed.

2 - If he answer is yes, could you please let me know what information confirms the date,

This is really important for our company as we are experiencing various versioning issues with our files.

Any help would be appreciated.
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Steven WallaceConnect With a Mentor Managed Services ManagerCommented:
The tag "xmptk" is followed by a Adobe XMP Core version and a date stamp.  I'm guessing that date and time is from when file was made or edited.

This is the most useful info I could find on it:

The "x" namespace is used for the "xmpmeta" wrapper, and may contain an "xmptk" attribute that is extracted as the XMPToolkit tag. When writing, the XMPToolkit tag is generated automatically by ExifTool unless specifically set to another value.
http://www.sno.phy.queensu.ca/~phil/exiftool/TagNames/XMP.html

If you open a few other files look at same info the version will most likely be the same, but if date and time is different, even by seconds that would confirm it's from when the file was made/edited

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