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I have just finished a document in word and has had it corrected by a consultant who has not made clear what corrections he has made in the text. Is there any way I can run the 2 documents through a program (you've probably guesssed by now that I'm not a pro..) so that the corrections he has made become evident (outlined, highlighted...) in relation to my original document? If not I will have to read hundreds of pages line by line...
I would be very gratefull if anyone could help me out on this one..

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Edited by eanor, 03 October 2005 - 03:48 AM.

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Well Im not exactly sure what your saying but you can use 'Find' to find all the incorrect words.

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As far as can tell this should help you out

1. Start Word, and open one of the documents for comparison (normally the most recent or current document).
2. On the Tools menu, point to Track Changes and click Compare Documents. NOTE: There should be no tracked changes in either document at the start of the process.
3. In the Select File to Compare with Document dialog box, select the file to be compared with the current file.
4. Click Open.
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Read your reply just now. Thank you very very much Antlink - it solved my problem!
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