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Today's post about track changes in Word is contributed by Louis Broome, a manager and writer for Office.com.
To turn Track Changes off, on the Review tab, in the Tracking group, click the Track Changes button (the paper & pencil with the healthy orange glow, pictured below). Here's the relevant piece of Word real estate:
If your document contains tracked changes, like this:
and you want to get rid of them, on the Review tab, in the Changes group, you can Accept or Reject each change or All Changes in Document:
Tracked changes can be hidden, which might or might not be a good thing. Either way, take a moment to become familiar with the Display for Review drop-down list and its four options:
Final: Show Markup shows all tracked changes. Final hides tracked changes to show the document with all proposed changes included.Original: Show Markup shows the original text with tracked changes and comments.Original shows the document before any changes were made.
If your Track Changes needs are more sophisticated than the above, choose from this list of the Top 5 Track Changes-related videos, articles, and training courses on Office.com/support:
Bonus track (changes):
Remove tracked changes and comments from a document shows how to ensure that track changes and comments are not left in your Word 2007 documents when you distribute them.
I have a document in which I can insert comments but not "tracked" changes within the text. This document was previously edited with "tracked" changes, which no longer appear since being read by another author.
It's nearly 2013--can we possibly start showing primarily 2010 examples already?
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