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WORD 2013, tracked changes marks

Posted on 2014-04-02
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I see on my document a lot of  hash marks on the left hand side of the page

When I hover over them, the balloon says to clock here to hide tracked changes

These hash marks appear on the print out

When rt click on them, I can not 'cut' them, that option is greyed out

How can I eliminate these hash marks ?
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Question by:Anthony Lucia
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Open the Review tab in the ribbon and click on the Accept OR Reject button in the Changes group. Then print it out.
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