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I have a workbook that is shared amongst many people, and I need to verify that a save function in my macro has been successful. Currently, when the file is opened as read-only, people will attempt to save it and VBA does not indicate that the file was not saved. I found the property ActiveWorkbook.BuiltinDocumentProperties("last save time"), but this seems to be data logged in the excel workbook vice time stamp indicated by windows explorer.

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