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Creation and Modified date

Creation and Modified date

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I use a MAC and PC at work with Freehand MX.

The question is a stupid one, but I need to know for a particular reason.

If I create a Freehand document at work and then either burn to CD or email it to my home, carry on working on that document at home and then email or burn back to another CD, and bring it back into work, does this change the creation date of the document or does this remain the same and only the modified date change?

I am in a situation where someone has done something inappropriate at work, but claimed it was done at home. When checking the properties of the document, it was clearly created at work, though they are claiming the document was created at home and brought into work, when it was copied ot the server, altered the creation date.

Any help appreciated

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