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Microsoft Word - Someone changing agreed upon language in comment

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I am currently negotiating a contract and using Microsoft Word with the feature of changing verbiage in the margins.  Both parties agreed upon the language.  Then, the other party realized they wanted to change part of the contract and forged the date on when it was changed.  My question is, is there a way to check all changes made on a word document in the code and when changes were made?  If there was this would clearly show how unethical the other party was in this instance.  This would also render their argument invalid.  Thank you very much

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Track Changes & Comments in Microsoft Word can easily be removed.


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