Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Compare Documents
Compare
Documents
E dit ed
Suppose someone edits a document without
first enabling the Track Changes feature. To
determine what edits were made, you can
compare the edited document with the original
version; the result is a third file that flags any
discrepancies such that they appear exactly like
edits made with Track Changes enabled. You can
then choose to accept or reject each change.
Starting your collection
When starting your collection, you
have some questions to answer. First,
will you collect vintage, or truly antique,
clothing?
Vintage clothing
The main advantages of vintage clothing
are price and availability. Although some
vintage can reach dizzying prices (such
as well-known designers), unique pieces
can be found in good condition at
reasonable prices.
face some important questions
two
designer pieces can reach dizzying prices
Compare Documents
1 Click the Review tab on the
Ribbon.
2 Click the Compare button.
3 Click Compare .
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The Compare Documents dialog
box opens.
4 Click next to the Original
Document field.
Word launches the Open
dialog box.
5 Locate and select the original
document.
6 Click Open .
7 Repeat Steps to , this time 6
clicking next to the Revised
Document field.
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Note:
A faster way to specify which documents to
compare is to click next to the Original
Document and Revised Document fields and choose
the desired document from the list that appears.
8 Click OK in the Compare
Documents dialog box.
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