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Remove definitely revision marks when printing

Posted on 2015-02-18
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Hi,

I would like to know when you are printing, if you can unmark the revision marks because one of the user has to uncheck everytime she's printing because after it is check back.

It's on Windows 7 and Word 2013

Regards,

Pablo
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by:Paul Sauvé
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IF the revision marks are no longer required and you want to keep the changes:

1. [b]Review[/b] tab ―> [b]Changes[/b] group ―> [b]Accept[/b] option ―> [b]Accept All Changes in Document[/b]

2. To hide further changes: [b]Review[/b] tab ―> [b]Tracking[/b] group ―> [b]Track Changes[/b] option ―> uncheck [b]Track Changes[/b]


Unless these two steps are taken, the revision marks will be printed!
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GrahamSkan earned 500 total points
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This VBA macro will automatically remove the revision marks when the Quick Print option is chosen:
Sub FilePrintDefault()
    With ActiveWindow.View
        .ShowRevisionsAndComments = False
        .RevisionsView = wdRevisionsViewFinal
    End With
    Application.PrintOut
    With ActiveWindow.View
        .ShowRevisionsAndComments = True
        .RevisionsView = wdRevisionsViewFinal
    End With
End Sub

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