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Using Microsoft Word 2010 by Mike Miller, Tim Huddleston

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19. Collaborating with Others

In a business setting, it’s common for colleagues to work together on a document—passing it back and forth until it’s just right. This chapter shows you how to use Word’s collaboration tools to review a document, add comments, track changes, and restrict other users’ ability to make changes to the document.

In my days as a cub reporter, everyone worked with typewriters, pencils, and paper. If there was no paper in your hand, you just wrote on your hand and then transferred the information to a page when you could. Whenever I finished typing the first draft of a story, I’d submit it to a bitterly scornful city editor who had doubtlessly failed in his attempts to become a novelist or playwright. With unfailing callousness, ...

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