Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Figure 26-3: Buttons for reviewing changes.
To review changes throughout your document, use the Next and Previous buttons. Click a button to
hop to the next change in the text.
Click the Accept button if you can tolerate the change. To reject a change, click the Reject button.
After clicking either button, you instantly see the next change in the document, until all the changes
are dealt with.
The Accept and Reject buttons are actually menus. They sport menu items that accept or reject
all the changes in your document in one fell swoop. The only thing missing is the “Swoop!”
sound when you use those commands.
You can view a summary of changes by summoning the Revisions pane: Click the Reviewing
Pane button, found in the Review tab’s Tracking group. The Revisions pane doesn’t show the
changes in context, but it lists them all. You can hop to a change in your document by clicking
its tidbit in the Revisions pane.
The Review tab also shows Next and Previous buttons in the Comments group, but those
buttons only hop between comments, not revision marks.
To see the changes in your text, ensure that you chose the All Markup command
from the Display for Review menu button.
When you goof, you can choose Edit ⇒ Undo, just as you can undo any other boo-boo.
You can also right-click any revision mark to accept or reject it.