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Find files created on a specific day?


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I'm trying to find a file I created a month ago. I dont remember what I called it but I know what day I made it. Is there anyway, using OS X 10.4, that I can find all files created on a specific day?
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Yes there is File > Find (or command F)

One of the options in the resulting finder window will allow you to search for files created or modified on an exact date
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Yes there is File > Find (or command F)

One of the options in the resulting finder window will allow you to search for files created or modified on an exact date
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