Using Track Changes

Tracking changes in a document allows you to make revisions to a document without losing the original text. Word shows changed text in a different color from the original text and uses revision marks, such as underlines, to distinguish the revised text from the original, and balloon by default off to the side with revision details. You can change the display for the review to show a simple markup (New!) with only where markups appear (red bars), all markup changes with details (gray bars), no markup, or original text. You can review changes by using buttons on the Review tab and on the page (New!), which allow you to accept and reject changes and comments. If you compare and merge two documents, you can review the changes ...

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