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Want to get out of this mode in MS word

Posted on 2013-12-02
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My friend edited my document... Don't know how to get back in to reg. mode.  I hope this screen shot it enough.
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Question by:RaiderNationDelegate
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Change to the review tab on the ribbon. Middle ish there's a section called tracking. Change the drop down to no markup.
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by:GrahamSkan
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It looks as it the Alt key has been hit so the application is expecting the rest of the short-cut keystroke sequence. Almost any keystroke should get rid of the little lettered squares.

If it doesn't then the application seems to have hung up and might need to be killed via, for instance. Task Manager
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by:RaiderNationDelegate
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Awesome. I think that does it.
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