Track your changes with Track Changes in Microsoft® Word 2010
Peep back to your childhood and try to memorize about your notebooks marked in blue and red. Do you remember about the strict and unbiased remarks of your teachers that made you aware of our mistakes, as well as the tips to make our work better? Microsoft seems to be inspired by this age old practice and has instilled Microsoft Word with somewhat similar approach through the Track Changes feature. So, what does Track Changes in Microsoft Word 2010 do? It basically keeps a track of the changes made in the document. You can opt to accept or reject those changes depending upon your requirements. Track Changes are also at times termed as redline or redlining as some industries draw vertical red lines in the margin indicating the modified text.
When the Track Changes option is activated on a document, whatever you edit, add or remove, get automatically marked in a bright color. If the editing on the same document is done by more than one person, the changes appear in a different color to differentiate the work of each editor. Review can be done in a manner so that the author comes to know about the issues to be reworked upon or the additional information to be inserted.
Let us get an overview of what all can be done through Track Changes in Microsoft Word 2010:
Track Changes feature in Microsoft Word 2010 helps you to make or view the changes while you are working on a document. You can use balloons to show the comments, deletions, formatted changes, additional information, and more. If you ever wish to view all the changes made in line, just change the settings in a way that the changes and ballooned comments appear as per your choice.
Track Changes in Microsoft Word 2010 is a very useful and interesting feature and it surely reminds us of our school days.