What is the best way to trace printed documents with SharePoint?

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My company would like to be able to trace, from the identifier/label/barcode of a printed document, the following info: - Who printed it - Who downloaded it - When it was downloaded from Sharepoint - When it was printed - The name of the file - The version of the file Is this even possible? How? Thanks alot! By the way, my company uses SharePoint Online.
ASKED: July 1, 2009  7:20 PM
UPDATED: July 2, 2009  3:54 AM

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  • Financehp
    search the your topic and find find answer.I found a site www.dineshchopra.com & its good resource. You should try it.Your document is very likely and I have a need any diffrent more information. Thanking you
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