Clear Word documents with change control
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Thomas Hirsch  Identity Verified
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Feb 2, 2010

I feel stupid, but I never CLEARED a word document revised with Change Control option. How do y achieve to clear the text?thank you
Thomas


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Carsten Behrend  Identity Verified
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"Accept all changes" Feb 2, 2010

You forgot to mention your version of MS Word.

In 2003, you will want to go to menu item Tools, Track changes. A bar will appear where you can select to accept all changes.

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Thomas Hirsch  Identity Verified
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I can not find that bar Feb 2, 2010

thanks a lot, but I do not find that bar. Where should it ppear? I actually use Word 2003
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I found it - Never give up! Feb 2, 2010

thanks a lot.
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