Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Configuring Colors Associated with Reviewers
Figure 22-2 Word uses the User Name and Initials entered in Word Options to identify
comments and tracked changes in documents.
3. Click OK to close Word Options.
Keep in mind that the information you enter in Word Options is used by all of the programs
in the Office 2010 programs.
Configuring Colors Associated with Reviewers
By default, Word automatically uses a different color for each reviewer’s comments and
tracked changes in a document. If you prefer all comments and tracked changes to be
displayed in a single color, or you want to change the way color is used for tracked changes,
you can change the default setting by clicking the Track Changes arrow on the Review tab,
and then clicking Change Tracking Options. The Track Changes Options dialog box opens,
as shown in Figure 22-3.
Figure 22-3 By default, comments, insertions, deletions, and formatting changes are displayed
in a different color for each reviewer.
Use the Track Changes Options dialog box to specify a color for all comments, insertions,
deletions, and formatting changes by selecting a color on the Color lists. By default, By
Author is selected for Insertions, Deletions, and Comments, which means that Word
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