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Inserted and deleted text, formatting changes, moved paragraphs... Yikes! Tracked changes can turn a Word document into a maddening, frightful mess even though you know the editor's only trying to help.
With all those revision marks, you might have trouble envisioning the final document, right? Actually, Word makes it handy to review a document in its original and final forms without having to save multiple versions or even leave the document.
When you receive an edited document, it's probably set to display the revision marks, otherwise known as "markups." If so, on the Review tab, Final: Show Markup will be highlighted. If you want to see the document without revision marks, all you have to do is click the arrow next to Final: Show Markup, then choose Final or Original to view it in either form.
You've changed the display to review the document in final form, and then you closed the document. When you open it again, the document no longer shows revision marks. This is great unless you thought the document no longer contained revision marks; changing the view does not get rid of track changes, so don't forget to accept or reject all revision marks, comments, and formatting before you send out a document you think is final.
The commands to accept and reject document changes are right next to Track Changes; you can accept or reject each change or all of the changes in the document.
For more details about Display for Review and removing unwanted revision marks from your document, check out the blog post: Turn Track Changes off or on, or hide or reveal tracked changes.
Actually.. It left me in the blue and with an even more awe for MS Word ;-)
A few months back I held an interview with the 'Chief Learning Officer' Darwin Grosse of Cycling '74. No; they don't make bikes, this is the company behind 'Max'; a visual multi-media programming environment which exists for almost 10 years now. My passion lies with synthesizers, electronic sound and sound design. I keep a blog and "due to popular demand" ended up with an interview. It rocked!
It was also the first time when I used Office 2010 for something more serious (I was using a trial back then).
An interview, as you may now, gets conducted but then you need to revise & edit it. Some comments are not to be shared, others need to be slightly changed to get the message better across and even others are best deleted because it was only intended to be shared between the people participating in the interview.
I have no idea if I'm talking about other things here (most likely this is the case) but my revision comments were all presented in a blue box at the right side of the screen.
But still... I open up this old document and I still like what I see.. Heck; the other party didn't even use Office so I sent him the document using the PDF format. Word had my back; comments were maintained because I wanted that and he could not only follow my worked out interview but also clearly see the changes I implemented.
I really enjoyed using this feature myself.
Not going to spam, but... If interested just check Bing for "synthfan.info interview". Obviously that's the online worked out version, but MS Office 2010 had a big part in that!
Thanks for the helpful post!