How to Track Changes and Show Markup in Word 2010


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Tracking changes and showing markup

When you're ready to review a document, either by yourself or with others, you'll use the tools on the Review tab in Microsoft Word 2010. You can track each insertion, deletion, move, formatting change or comment that you or others make, capturing those changes so that they can all be reviewed later. To collaborate with others on a Word document, you start by turning on the Tracking feature, then sharing the document with other users. You can review all the changes or each user's change, and accept or reject proposed changes in a document.

We begin by opening the document that we wish to review. Then on the Review tab, we are going to use the tools here in the Tracking group. So I would like to Track Changes. There are some Change Tracking Options that I might want to look at first. This is an entire list of options that I can set. Notice that we have Colors and Comments by author. And these are applied automatically. So the first author who works on a document, their changes ...

Tracking changes and showing markup
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Tracking changes and showing markup provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Gini Courter as part of the Word 2010 Essential Training

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Business Education + Elearning
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Word
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