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  1. Mike0409

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    Alright, I need a program that will allow me to view the metadata of an Excel document.

    I have a problem with some files that are made by the same author, but I can't find the Original computer it was made from, or the REAL creation date..

    All i have right now is the date it was moved to the new NTFS partition.

    Does anyone have a nice set of forensics tools for files that I can run these 17 files through?
     
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    Nobody has anything?
     
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    this is probably completely off the mark, but you could try importing them into OpenOffice. :confused:
     
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    Ya I tried opening the properties and stat's using a ton of different programs. I have read about people getting the info by using a binary level ready, and I have no idea where to get that.


    Only reason I need to do this, is so I can compare the files to other files to see if I have cheaters. I would of compared the MD5 Hash but it changes per File System from what I can tell.
     
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    Yea I've used Metaviewer, Metadata Analyzer, some Java home mode shit, some Linux software...and I can't find the freaking original FS info......

    It sucks too because I know the files have been copied over and over... Version #'s of the Excel is different. And the Files all originated from the same author...
     

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