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I am new to Word 2013

Every time I write or delete something in my file is puts the text in blue, strikes out my deletions, etc.

I have to perform the "Accept Change" after every line I type.

How do I change the mode to where it will ignore my changes, and just let me type in my data, without seeing what I type as something I need to "Accept Change" ?

What path should I take?
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On the Review tab in the tracking section change the Display for Review to No Markup
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