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Chapter 24. Managing Revisions > Merging Revisions

Merging Revisions

You've already seen one scenario for reviewing a document; you send a file to one reviewer who makes changes and then forwards it to another reviewer who makes changes that are recorded in a different color, and so on. When everyone's finished, the changes are returned to you in one rainbow-colored document.

In today's fast-paced business world, however, you may not have time to wait for each person to review a document consecutively. You may have to send a separate copy of the document to each reviewer and receive separate marked-up copies in return. You can use Word's Merge Documents feature to integrate all those changes into a single document, where you can resolve them all at once in an organized fashion.


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