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Chapter 11. Collaborating on Documents > Tracking Changes to a Document

Tracking Changes to a Document

The cornerstone of Word's collaboration features is track changes. This feature lets you track the revisions (insertions, deletions, and a few formatting changes) that are made to a document. When the feature is turned on, any text you insert in the document is displayed in color with an underline. Text you delete is shown in color with strikethrough. If more than one person edits a document, each person's changes show up in a different color. When you are ready to finalize a document, you can go through and accept or reject each tracked change.

As you work with tracked changes, you may want to use the buttons in the Reviewing toolbar, as shown in Figure 11.6.


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