Join Nick Brazzi for an in-depth discussion in this video Collaborating with others using the Track Changes tool, part of Learning Word 2016.
- Collaboration is an important part of Microsoft Word.…There are tools built in that allow multiple people…to work together on a single document.…These tools let you keep track of which changes you make…and which are made by other people.…Let's take a look at one of those tools,…the tool called Track Changes.…It's one of the most popular collaboration tools.…Now, I've got a document open here.…And, I want to make some changes to it,…but I'm working with somebody else on this document.…I don't want to make changes that they won't approve of.…So, the Track Changes feature is going to let other people…see my changes before they're permanent.…
So, first, I need to turn on Track Changes.…So, if I go to the Review ribbon,…I'm, looking for this button, here, that says Track Changes,…and if I click on that, it opens up a menu.…And, I want to simply hit this button…that says Track Changes.…That will turn Track Changes on.…So, now, I've turned on the feature,…and, now, I can start making some changes.…So, for example, I might want to delete this word.…
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