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I haven't tested this, but a quick perusal led me to:

Insert->Fields->Other->DocInformation TAB->Modified->Select Date/Time... may need to tick "Fixed Content" checkbox, I don't know.

Which isn't necessarily the date the file is _saved_, but _appears to be_ the date the file was *_last modified_* which I suspect is what the OP really wanted.

On 11/24/2013 05:31 PM, Cliff Scott wrote:
** Reply to message from Brian Barker <> on Sun, 24
Nov 2013 03:10:49 +0000

At 20:34 23/11/2013 -0500, Don C. Myers wrote:
About a year to a year and a half ago the question was asked on this
list about when a date is filled in automatically, how it can be
saved as the date that the file is saved, and the file will open
automatically with the saved date instead of the current date the
next time it is opened.
Go to Insert | Fields > | Other... | Document.  Under Type select
Date and under Select select Date - not "Date (fixed)".  One point of
confusion is that at Insert | Fields > you will see a Date entry -
but this is actually the "Date (fixed)" variety, not the (variable)
Date that you need.  So ignore that and proceed to Other... .

I trust this helps.

Brian Barker

This gives a date and or time that updates everytime the file is opened, not
only when edited which it appears is what the poster was looking for.


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