Using Track Changes in Word

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When I proofread your document in Word, I will use Track Changes. This means that you will be able to see every change I’ve made. You can then decide whether to accept the changes I’ve suggested, or reject them. If the reason for my change isn’t obvious, I’ll leave a comment so that you can understand why I’ve suggested it.

Track Changes is really easy to use. This link provides some helpful information (including a video) if you’re not sure how to use it. If you only need to know how to review the changes I’ve suggested, you don’t need to read through everything – just scroll down to ‘Review each tracked change in sequence’. When you have finished, you may wish to delete all of my comments – the instructions for doing this are towards the end of the guide.

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