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bill
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Open file - shows creation date and not last save date

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07-02-2012 02:53 PM

All of a sudden I notice that when I open a file in Autocad Architecture, it shows the file creation date and not the actual last save date. Only thing I can think of is I reinstalled 3dsmax Design and I wonder if that changed something. I attached a screenshot for reference.

 

Any help or suggestions are appreciated.

 

 

 

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David_W._Koch
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Re: Open file - shows creation date and not last save date

07-03-2012 04:41 AM in reply to: bill
You should be able to right-click in the header area and choose the information you want to see. Whether or not that gets remembered between sessions is another story.
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MichaelBussiere2
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Re: Open file - shows creation date and not last save date

07-10-2012 07:39 PM in reply to: bill

In this case the Date Modified can be in the same list as Date Created by right clicking on “name” or another column header as David mentioned.  Please let us know within the community if this helped and if this answered your inquiry.  Thank you.



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Re: Open file - shows creation date and not last save date

07-11-2012 03:48 AM in reply to: MichaelBussiere2

Thank you that worked. Not sure how it got set to just "date created". Changing it back is saved from session to session.

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