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Searching for auxiliary information re a web document


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Searching with Google, I found a pdf document that seemed relevant and interesting; and I printed it out. Unfortunately, the URL contained no information on the author or where and when the article appeared.

 

In general, given only a "bare" URL, how does one go about searching for that kind of auxiliary information?

 

In particular, the URL of "my" document is

http://old.unipr.it/...ELFISH GENE.pdf

 

I'd appreciate any directions and suggestions. ..... batpark

 


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Hi Batpark,

If you look at the "Properties" of the .pdf file you will see something like this:

 

File name:

SELFISH GENE.pdf

File size:

212 kB (217,124 bytes)

Title:

Microsoft Word - RELAZIONE THE SELFISH GENE.doc

Author:

PIETRO

Subject:

-

Keywords:

-

Creation Date:

20/04/2011, 10:10:39

Modification Date:

20/04/2011, 12:16:13

Creator:

PScript5.dll Version 5.2

PDF Producer:

Acrobat Distiller 7.0 (Windows)

PDF Version:

1.6

Page Count:

13

Page Size:

210 × 297 mm (A4, portrait)

Fast Web View:

Yes

 

Hope this helps

Regards

paws


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Paws: Perfect. Thanks so much. ... batpark


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