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Tracking Changes to Documents
To give you an idea of what tracking marks look like, Figure 7-2 shows the
first two sentences of Vladimir Nabokov’s autobiography Speak, Memory
with marks showing where the author made additions and deletions to the
original draft.
Figure 7-2:
A document
with change
marks and
changes
showing.
Telling Word to start marking changes
To start tracking where editorial changes are made to a document, turn
Track Changes on. You can do that with one of these techniques:
On the Review tab, click the Track Changes button (or open its
dropdown list and choose Track Changes)
Press Ctrl+Shift+E.
On the status bar, click the words Track Changes so that the status bar
reads “Track Changes: On.” If you don’t see the words Track Changes on
your status bar and you want to see them there, right-click the status
bar and select Track Changes on the pop-up menu.
To stop tracking changes to a document, click the Track Changes button
again, press Ctrl+Shift+E again, or click the words Track Changes on the
status bar so that the words read “Track Changes: Off.”
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