How to Use Microsoft Word’s Track Changes Feature to Edit Your Book

How to Use Microsoft Word's Track Changes Feature to Edit Your BookOn-screen editors love to use Microsoft Word’s track changes feature, and once you learn how to use it you will love it too. Editors simply turn on the tool and type any recommended changes or comments  directly into the document and the tool will automatically record the changes in red.

When you are ready to check the recommended changes, simply read each recommendation one-by-one and decide whether you want to accept or reject the recommended change with a click of the button.

Keep reading to learn how to activate this feature on your version of Microsoft Word.

Please watch a short instructional video for your version of Microsoft Word to help you learn how to use Word’s track changes feature. To watch the video,  please click on the version of Microsoft Word you have on your computer: Word 2007, Word 2010Word 2013

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