The easiest way is to use subversion to get them. If you have shell access to your server, you might already have svn there, or you could download tortoisesvn, a windows client. It might come in handy for future things, so worth a little extra time now. I don't know. I run almost all web sites that I run with subversion, then I always know what was edited, and always have a history of what changed, as well as when customers change stuff without telling me, and also it makes it very easy to have development sites to test stuff first before publishing.