How to use the “Track Changes” feature in Microsoft Word

How to use the “Track Changes” feature in Microsoft Word

How to use the “Track Changes” feature in Microsoft Word to view changes made to your work:

In order to proofread your work, we use the “Track Changes” tool available in Microsoft Word. This way, you can choose to view all of the changes we have made to your work, and choose to accept or reject each change. This is good if you decide that there are some changes we have made that you decide you want to reject, and undo them.

We provide you with two versions of the complete document, the tracked changes version, which shows you all of the changes we have made, and the final version, which does not show you the changes we have made. An example of the track changes version of the document is shown below.

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An example of the final version of the same document is now shown, as you can see, without any of the changes shown.

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If you do not know how to view the changes using the Track Changes feature, please consult your supervisor or teacher to guide you. To view the changes we have made to your document, simply open the tracked changes file we have sent you. To view the final version of your document, simply open the final version of the document. We will post more detailed information on how to use the Track Changes feature in Microsoft Word in future posts.

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