How to Track Changes in a Word Document?

by Barbara J. Feldman on January 6, 2009

Track Changes is a great Microsoft Word feature that gives an editor final control over changes made by collaborators. But in order to prevent others from turning off the Track Changes option, the document needs to be locked so only the original editor can turn it off. Allen Wyatt of Word.Tips.net shows you how.

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