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I'm using Windows 7 and I'm hunting my filesystem for a Word file that was most probably created on the 4th of April, 2011. However, I can't be sure of this; the only thing I am sure of is that it is 9 pages in total (I have a printed copy which proves this). Is there any way that I can do a Word - specific search in order to find only Word documents that have 9 pages?


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You cannot list the number of pages of a Word document without opening it. So the answer to your question is No.

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Since you have a printed copy of the Word document, do a Windows search for a specific phrase that's in the document. If you know the file type (.docx?), the search will be quicker.

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