How to Use Track Changes in MS Word

As a writer, I use Scrivener to create my documents—even my blog posts. As an editor, my primary tool is MS Word and Track Changes. While I’ve never asked other editors what they use, I’d venture they use track changes, too.

That makes it critical for writers to understand what track changes are and how to use them.

So today, I’m offering a video from Lynda.com as a quick tutorial.

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Comments

  1. This is informative and I enjoyed learning about more options! Thanks Deb.

    • Like our brains, we tend to use only a portion of all that’s available to us in the software we use. I know I barely touch the surface of what MS Word can do.

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