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Setting options for Track Changes
setting options for Track Changes
The Track Changes feature works well with the default settings,
but it also offers a lot of flexibility for different ways of work-
ing with reviewed documents. You can turn on tracking in your
document and lock it so that the reviewers are required to
record all of their changes. You can determine how changes and
comments are displayed, and easily change those settings at will.
Lock tracking
1 On the Review tab, in the Tracking group, click the bottom half of
Track Changes and click Lock Tracking.
The Lock Tracking dialog box opens.
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2 Enter a password in the top text box. Enter the password again in
the second box.
If you don’t want to protect Lock Tracking with a password, leave
both boxes blank.
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3 Click OK.
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set common options and advanced options
On the Review tab, in the lower-right corner of the Tracking group,
click the dialog box launcher.
The Track Changes Options dialog box opens.
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2 Select or clear the check boxes for the kinds of changes that you
want to display.
Click Advanced Options to change other settings, or click OK to
return to the document.
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TIP Most of the items in the Track Changes Options dialog
box also appear on the Show Markup menu. The Advanced
Options, however, are accessible only through the dialog box.
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