I've been tasked with reviewing a number of pages within our sharepoint site, with a view to raising our quality standards. One of our quality standards is that all of the pages should use the standard template.
Many of them currently do not and display the banner message:
The current page has been customized from its template. Revert to template.
I can find plenty of questions on the web at large from people looking to hide this banner, but I can't find any that ask a simple question:
Before hitting the
Revert to template link, how do I find out what has been customized on this page?
The system must know this information (how else would it be able to perform the revert?) and I don't want to risk losing something valuable if it turns out that the customization was important.