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Chapter 27. Revising Documents Using Mar... > Working with Multiple Versions of a ...

Working with Multiple Versions of a Document

Another way you can record changes made to a document is to store versions of the document. Using Word, you can save multiple versions of a document within the same document. This method saves you from having to manage multiple files (with potentially similar file names) and saves disk space, because when you use the Versions feature, Word saves only the differences between versions, not an entire copy of the document for each version. After you’ve saved a version (or several versions) of a document, you can review, open, and delete earlier versions of a document.

You can create versions in two ways:


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