Track changes can be incredibly useful or drive you batty if you don’t understand option settings. Get smart by following CompuSavvy’s helpful hints.
People who use Track Changes sometimes find the Display for Review options confusing. For one thing, some users don’t realize that changing the Display for Review option to “Final” (or, in Word 2013, “No Markup”) doesn’t actually remove the revision marks – for insertions, deletions, formatting changes, moves, etc. – from the document. Rather, it merely lets you preview the document as it would look if you accepted all of the changes.
For another thing, the wording of the options isn’t particularly easy to understand. And the wording has changed between Word 2010 and Word 2013, but remains somewhat obscure.
This post is intended to help clarify the various Display for Review options available in Word 2010 and Word 2013.
Display for Review Options in Word 2010
In Word 2010, the Display for Review options are as follows:
This option shows the document as it appeared before any insertions, deletions, moves…
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