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Combine Reviewers’ Comments
Combine Reviewers’ Comments
Suppose that two different people review a document, but they review simultaneously using the
original document. When they each return the reviewed document, you have two versions of the
original document, each containing potentially different changes. Fortunately, you can combine the
documents so that you can work from the combined changes of both reviewers.
When you combine two versions of the same document, Word creates a third file that flags any
discrepancies between the versions using revision marks like you see when you enable the Track
Changes feature. You can then work from the combined document and evaluate each change.
Combine Reviewers’ Comments
Note: To make your screen as
easy to understand as possible,
close all open documents.
1 Click the Review tab.
2 Click Compare .
3 Click Combine .
The Combine Documents
dialog box appears.
4 Click the Open button (
)
for the first document you
want to combine.
The Open dialog box appears.
5 Navigate to the folder
containing the first file
you want to combine.
6 Click the file.
7 Click Open .
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