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Take Control of What’s New in Word 2004: Advanced Editing & Formatting by Matt Neuburg

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Chapter . Using Markup

The visual presentation of markup has changed in Word 2004. In a moment I’ll summarize the changes, and then I’ll describe the possible repercussions of those changes on your working methods. But first, here’s a quick reminder of what markup is. It embraces two things:

  • Comments: A comment (or annotation) is like a Post-it note or a scribble in the margin: it’s not part of the document’s text, and it’s a useful place for a reminder to yourself or a remark to someone else who will collaborate on the document.

  • Revisions: A revision (or tracked change) is any change you perform on a document, such as deleting text, typing text, or altering formatting, at a time when the document is set to remember such changes. Word can report ...

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