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Is there a way in Word 2003 to have the final document just show the orignal document and the final version without showing the interim versions?
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The only way you would be able to do this is if you make use of the versioning controls on the word document.  This lives under the file option.  
You can have track changes running on the first master version of the document and all previous versions since then, this would allow you to view the changes within each version of the document.

Have a look at the help files on versioning

below is a link to cover versioning and track changes from MS

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/305216
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Great, thanks!
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