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Old 04-01-2019, 12:18 AM   #1
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Is there anyway to see "tracked" data on a word doc after it's been saved with the tr

I was working on a word document, saved it, closed it, and didn't realize the tracking data was off. Is there any way to recover the tracked data?
I was doing a midterm practicum on my laptop in class. I didn't save the final version of the word document but instead submitted the last saved version, which was missing a lot of information. When I got home I saw that I didn't submit the final version. I panicked and saved the still open word document and them emailed it to my TA explaining what happened. I have to show them the metadata of the file to prove when/what changes were made and when. But when I pull up the word document and go into properties it has the last time modified as after class ended because that's when I saved it. I didn't have the tracking data on. So i'm trying to find if and where the timestamps are of every word/picture added to the word document. Does anyone know where to find it.

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Re: Is there anyway to see "tracked" data on a word doc after it's been saved with th

I followed this and was able to print a list of my changes with dates. However, your instructor can hover over the changes and see the dates.
https://cybertext.wordpress.com/2014...anges-by-date/

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