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How do I show document changes in the margin?

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How do I show document changes in the margin when correcting a Word document from someone else.  In earlier versions there was a thing called Show Markup or similar.  I could also choose the text colour and Intial beside the correction.

Thanks in advance?
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GrahamSkan earned 2000 total points
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Use 'Track changes' from the 'Tracking' group on the 'Review' tab.
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Spot on.  Thanks very much.
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