Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Accepting and Rejecting Proposed Edits
In the Comments group on the Review tab, click the arrow below Delete then click
Delete All Comments In Document.
Caution !
Keep in mind that when you delete all comments at once by clicking the Delete All
Comments In Document option, you delete all comments in the document, regardless
of whether they are visible on the screen.
You can also delete comments one at a time from within the Reviewing pane. To do so,
right-click a comment in the Reviewing pane and click Delete Comment on the shortcut
menu, or click in a comment and click Delete on the Review tab.
Accepting and Rejecting Proposed Edits
After a document has gone through the review cycle and you receive a file containing a
number of tracked changes, you can keep or discard the edits by accepting or rejecting
the changes. You can address each edit on a case-by-case basis (generally, this is the
recommended practice), or you can accept multiple changes at once. In either case, you can
reject and accept proposed changes by using the appropriate buttons on the Review tab
or by right-clicking changes (or balloons) then clicking options on the shortcut menu.
Figure 22-7 shows the shortcut menu that you see when you right-click moved text. Notice
the new Follow Move option, which you can use to jump to the origin or destination of
moved text in relation to the text you right-click. (If you right-click deleted text, you receive
the same menu without the Follow Move option; if you right-click inserted text, the Accept
Deletion and Reject Deletion options change to Accept Insertion and Reject Insertion.) The
next few sections describe ways to accept and reject changes.
Figure 22-7 You can right-click tracked changes to access options you can use to resolve
proposed changes, including the option to jump to the origin or destination of moved text.
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