3 Document collaboration means working with others to create, review, and revise a document. One form of collaboration is peer editing. One way to gather input from another is to provide the document as a file that tracks changes made to the document. This can be done on a removable storage device or via email. The reviewer edits and adds comments directly to the document. Changes are recorded as they are made so the author can decide which to keep and which to discard.
4 To track changes, click Track Changes on the Ribbon’s Review tab.
5 To review changes that someone has made to your document, click the Review Previous or Next buttons in the Changes group. Click the Accept button to keep a change, or the Reject button to remove a change.
6 Comments can help explain edits. To add a comment, click New Comment on the Ribbon’s Review tab.
7 To display the reviewer’s comments, click the Previous or Next buttons in the Comments group.
8 Click Delete to remove a comment. Tracked changes and comments will show on your printout. Before you print: o Make sure all comments are deleted, and o Make sure all tracked changes have been accepted or rejected.
10 Print Layout view is the default view in Word 2010. To better read a document, you can select any options in the Zoom group on the Ribbon’s View tab. An alternative is to click Full Screen Reading. This displays the document in full screen to maximize the viewing space.
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