How to Display the Date a Word 2013 Document is Printed
Summon the Field dialog box by selecting Field from the Quick Parts drop-down in the Text group of the Insert tab.
The field dialog box will appear. Look for the Categories drop-down list.
Select Date and Time from the Categories drop-down list.
Use the mouse to select the Date and Time Category from the drip-down list.
Select PrintDate from the Field Names list.
Once you have located the Field Names list, choose PrintDate.
Choose a date-and-time format from the Field Properties area.
Choose the format that best suits your document.
The field looks gross until you print the document, which makes sense.
It’s a good idea to put the PrintDate field into the header of important documents, which lets people know the date the thing was printed. PrintDate works well for that purpose; the other fields in the Date and Time category are updated only when you manually refresh them.