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LS for audit trail of all field changes

Today a colleague asked if there was a way to maintain an audit trail of all changes made to all fields of a document. A few years ago I wrote a routine to do that, and finally found the code after hunting around for a while. Since others might find it useful - and mainly so that I can easily find this the next time I need the code - here's the auditDocChanges LotusScript routine. Instructions are in the code comments.

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