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Track changes showing in the body of the document and not the margins

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In Word 2003 on XP, when track changes is on and changes are made, they are showing in the body of the document and not in the margins. How do I get them to show in the margins?

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The 'Balloons' settings in the Show dropdown on the Review toolbar controls whether Insertions or Deletions are shown in the right-hand margin of the document.
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