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Everytime i open a document that has reviewing markups, Word displays the markups, even when i save the file using the "Final" option.

I just want the "Final (not showing markup)" to be the default option when i open the document.

Thanks for a solution.
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Question by:gandhirs
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by:gandhirs
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I'm using Office Professional 2003.
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Joanne M. Orzech earned 400 total points
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gandhirs:

You need to accept all changes before you'll get a clean copy.  Tools, Track Changes, Accept or Reject Changes, Accept All.  This should work in most versions of Word.  If you have Word 2002 or higher, it will be slightly different.  Let me know if you need more help.  Although you can turn off viewing of tracked changes (Tools, Options, Track Changes, View Changes on Screen.... etc. )

Let me know if you need more help.  It would also be helpful to know what version of Word you're using.

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by:jibranilyas
jibranilyas earned 100 total points
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I am having the same problem..
In word 2003, It shows markup on all documents i open. I do not want to track the changes...

Gandhirs... did you find a fix yet.... i will try the one from Jorzech.... Will update you guys if it works
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by:gandhirs
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Nobody answered the question, but I will split the points and give an excellent grade because the other options are too annoying or not polite or etc.

Regards.

gandhirs
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by:jibranilyas
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Accepted Answer from JOrzech  feedback
Date: 10/14/2004 04:01PM PDT
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You should see a toolbar called "Reviewing" when you open a document with track changes.  Click the button that says "Show" and uncheck everything.  That way you should see a "Final" whenever you open a document.

However, if someone else wants to see the changes when they open the document, they can still see them.

Also - perhaps this article will help:
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/assistance/HA010776461033.aspx 



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Check it out
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by:gandhirs
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Well, it doesn't work with me. Whenever I open the document, all the options are checked again.
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by:jibranilyas
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Yah, they didn't work for me in the first try

please click on the link and download the zip file.

http://upload.jibranilyas.com/files/markupfix/

i tried all of those intructions.. one of them worked.
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by:gandhirs
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I will try it. Thanks.
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