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word 2003:  how to shutfoff/hide track changes

Posted on 2013-06-17
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Hi EE,

i went to tools/options/security to uncheck so that tracking is hidden

yet it still shows...

tx for you help, screen shot is below:

sandra

 


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Here is a link......

How do I get rid of my revisions?
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hi c.j.,

tx for writing...

yes am aware of that post, thats how was able to get to the dialogue box at all

yet still it's showing the red markups...

tx, s
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Did try " click Accept Change or Reject Change/Delete Comment for each revision or comment." then save changes, close the document, and reopen it.
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Hi C.J.,

wow, did not think of that....

tx so much....

i found the accept button on the toolbar, clicked accept all changes

closed and reopened document

looks great,

tx again, s
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Glad I could be of assistance!!!

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