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Hi All,

Need some help with an issue involving Tracked Changes and Tables.  Our findings so far show that if a table or parts of a table are added to a document with track changes, further additions will not display the “new reviewer’s” initials/name, but a deletion will appear with the new reviewer.
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Hi there, I am not sure I understand your issue.  Can you provide with a sample or a screen shot?
Also, your document is also a shared document and no authors have been blocked or restricted in terms of what editing they can do, correct?

http://www.ficpa.org/Content/News/BizTechNews/TechTips/Restrict-Edits-Word-2013-Doc.aspx

http://word.tips.net/T000577_Protecting_Tracked_Changes.html
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