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Tracking changes in Microsoft Word 2010

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I want to be able to have my changes in Microsoft Word 2010 in red, how would I do that in Microsoft Word 2010?
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Select Review from the Ribbon.  In the Tracking group, click the drop down under Track CHanges, and select Change Tracking Options.
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