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Tracking changes
Tracking changes
Whether you work on a document alone or with others, it’s
often important to keep a record of what’s been changed, who
made the changes, and when the changes were made. In Word
2013, the Track Changes feature handles those details.
Turn on Track Changes
1 On the Review tab, in the Tracking group, click Track Changes, if it
isn’t already selected.
2 Click the drop-down list at the top of the Tracking group and select
All Markup, if it isn’t already selected.
3 Edit or reformat the text.
TIP In Outline or Draft view, you can position the cursor on a
change to see its information or, on the Review tab, click
Reviewing Pane.
CAuTIon The built-in keyboard shortcut to switch Track
Changes on and off is Ctrl+Shift+E. If you suddenly start seeing
red text in a document while you’re editing, you might have pressed
that combination by mistake.
sEE ALso For information about how to show the Track
Changes indicator on the status bar, see “Customizing the
screen” on page 414.
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