In this video, learn how to open two separate versions of a document and compare them by scrolling through both at the same time with synchronization, and use the Compare Documents feature to highlight differences.
- [Instructor] Have you ever gone to…open up a Word document and noticed that…there might be more than one version of that document?…Maybe it's named slightly differently,…or perhaps it's the same name…stored in a different location.…And you're wondering, which document is…the document I should be working with,…and which one should be deleted?…Well, there are some options here in Word…for comparing documents, including side by side.…That's what we're going to investigate…in this week's Word tip.…Now, we're going to actually work with two files.…You can see I have the first one open,…called Best of LH Guide version one, 025.…
And as we scroll through this using the scroll bar,…you can see what this looks like.…A table of contents, there are several pages.…Check out the status bar at the bottom.…Page one of eight here, and looks like 1,062 words.…To compare with the other document,…we need to open it up.…So you can go to the Open button, Control O,…or File and Open, however you like to open files.…And navigate to your exercise files to find this one,…
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