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Comparing and Combining Documents

At times, you might want to expedite a reviewing process by sending reviewers separate copies of an original document. Then, when reviewers return the documents, you can combine the changes into one document. At other times, you might want to compare two versions of a document and just look at the differences between the two documents. In Word, you can perform both of these actions by using the Compare feature on the Review tab. This section of the chapter describes comparing and combining documents.

Comparing Two Versions of a Document (Legal Blackline)

When you compare two versions of the same document, you can see what changes have been made to the original document regardless of whether Track Changes was turned ...

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