There is one additional answer so far, and itâs correct but that method (opening the documentâs Properties dialog and looking at the Details tab) only gives limited information. You can see complete version history, but only if Version History (in Word, File > Info) is enabled and the document is saved to OneDrive. The Review tab can provide additional information, but without Track Changes being turned on, its usefulness is limited. Thereâs also the Compare feature on that tab and itâs great for showing revisions to a document when compared with a previous document in the revision history. That feature is not really what youâre after though, I donât think. One, itâs necessary for two separate revisions of a document to have been saved as separate document files and two, you canât tell who made the change.
Now, I want to know, is it legal for you to use something that is older than a certain date for your business? The answer is yes. Why? Because if a company or a document is outdated, it means that the company in which you are incorporated or listed as the official business name is outdated, and the document that is based on your corporate documents is in violation of the law. A good example is a website address or an address found at the bottom of your documents. If you use that address and the company is no longer an entity, then you have not changed the business name. That's a problem. Another example is a website address based solely off the web address provided in the business name registration. If you don't have a new internet domain, and you still have a website for the company name you named in the.