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Why does Pages ask me to save when there are no changes?
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Sep 8, 2008, 06:00 PM
Hi All,

Just a small annoyance when it comes to Pages. My question is: Why does Pages ask me to save after printing? It becomes quite frustrating when I open a document, print a copy without changing a single thing, then quit Pages, and it asks me if I wish to save the document. Is there some kind of preference I can set in the terminal to turn this off?

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Sep 8, 2008, 07:31 PM
Pages keeps track of the number of times the document has been printed, and the time of the most recent print. This data is stored inside the Pages document itself, so technically a change is made when you print. No idea how to turn it off though.

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