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Word 2007 cannot get rid of tracked changes

I have created a word document that I needed to track changes etc.  But now that I no longer need to do this, every time I email the document to someone, it still retains the tracked changes.  I can tell Word not to show the tracked changes, but they are really still there.  I do not want people to have this document because all they would have to do is ask Word to show the tracked changes and it will do it.  How can I re-save the document with NO tracked changes EVER so they cannot reveal them?
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ArtG2521
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bloodygonzoCommented:
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/word-help/remove-tracked-changes-and-comments-from-a-document-HA001219021.aspx

You could also hide all the changes, select the entire document and copy and paste it into a new file.

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GrahamSkanCommented:
Just accept (or reject) the changes. The buttons are in the Changes group on the Review tab.
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Paul SauvéCommented:
Once you have accepted or discarded the changes, don't forget to turn Track Changes OFF.
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