Total number of Users who have access to a Sharepoint document

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All,

I am a new Modern Sharepoint Online Site Owner

I need to find out the total number of Users that have access to a document on a Modern Sharepoint Online Site.

Looking at the Manage Access, I see and the following icon:

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I understand I can select Advanced and manually count the Users that have access.

 

But isn't there a Powershell command or something I can run to get the total number of Users that have access to a document?

 

Any assistance would greatly be appreciated.

 

T.J.

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