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      12th Sep 2006
I need to send a letter to an insurance company letting them know when a job
we were working on was completed.
 
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      12th Sep 2006
This newsgroup doesn't deal with the content of Word docs. I'd suggest
trying Google to see if you can find something online.

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I think abbiedan's post can be interpreted as a request for assistance on how
one might forensically look at a doc to determine when it was completed,
through, say, its Properties...

If this is the case, you could go File | Properties and fish around in there
for information that might show when the job was finished, e.g., Properties
shows when a doc was last printed.


"JoAnn Paules [MVP]" wrote:

> This newsgroup doesn't deal with the content of Word docs. I'd suggest
> trying Google to see if you can find something online.
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I read it as the OP has done physical work on a project (for some reason I'm
thinking construction type work) and now they need to inform the insurance
company that it's done.

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>I think abbiedan's post can be interpreted as a request for assistance on
>how
> one might forensically look at a doc to determine when it was completed,
> through, say, its Properties...
>
> If this is the case, you could go File | Properties and fish around in
> there
> for information that might show when the job was finished, e.g.,
> Properties
> shows when a doc was last printed.
>
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> "JoAnn Paules [MVP]" wrote:
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>> This newsgroup doesn't deal with the content of Word docs. I'd suggest
>> trying Google to see if you can find something online.
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>> JoAnn Paules
>> MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
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>> "abbiedan" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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>> >I need to send a letter to an insurance company letting them know when a
>> >job
>> > we were working on was completed.

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