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Picture Yourself Learning Microsoft® Word® 2010 by Diane Koers

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Comparing Documents

MOST USERS BECOME comfortable with the Track Changes and Comments features within a work session or two. But that doesn’t mean all reviewers will want to use those features or provide edited documents with their changes conveniently marked. Should you have flashbacks to your pre–Track Changes days if you receive a version of your document that has been edited but not marked up or marked up in separate copies of the file? Not at all. You can compare documents to sort through all the changes and combine them in a single finished product.

Word actually offers two methods for comparing documents. Using the first method, Compare, works best when you want to see the differences between an original document and a copy that’s been ...

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