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#178 Reviewing a document? Track your changes!

If you have ever been asked to review someone’s work or have asked someone to give you some feedback on a Word document, make sure you use track changes to keep a record of any edits that have been made.

With track changes turned on it’s really easy to see what has been amended in the document, and if you disagree with the suggested change, you can just as easily reject it! This has been a feature in Word for some time now, but in Office 2013, it’s even easier to review documents using track changes as you can hide or show the amendments in a jiffy.

Take a look, it’ll only take a minute…

Featured image: “Focus” by Mark Hunter licenced under CC BY 2.0

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