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Word 2003 - Tutorial 3

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Word 2003 – Tutorial III
Track Changes
Track Changes in Print Layout ViewUser InformationViewing the changes Accepting / Rejecting Changes
Inserting CommentsWindow SplitterCompiling a Table of ContentsCreating an IndexSaving a
Word 
Document as a Web PagePage Margins and Gutter Margins
 Page MarginsGutter Margins
IndentationsSetting Tabs
Changing the default tab stops Removing Tabs
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Track Changes
Word 
gives you the option to track changes inside your document. Tracking changescould be very useful to professors/students who want to identify changes that occurred ina document.
 Reviewing Toolbar 
To be able to start working on the Track Changes inside your document, you need toshow the
Reviewing
toolbar. From the
Menu
 bar, select
View
>
Toolbars
>
Reviewing
.The
Reviewing
toolbar contains many options that make it easy for you to use the track changes option inside your document.
Track Changes in Print Layout View 
To start using the track changes while you are working inside
Print Layout View
, click on the
Track Changes
 button found on the
Reviewing
toolbar. Notice how the
TRK 
label is automatically highlighted on the
Status
 bar.
Word 
is ready to identify the errors found in your document. You can correct misspelledwords (underlined in red) and grammatical errors (underlined in green), knowing that
Word 
is recording the changes.In the
Print Layout 
,
Word 
will display the changes in a box.
All changes in
Font, Font Size,
and
Font Color
for a specific part of thedocument are placed in the same box.
Other format changes like
Text Alignment
are placed in separate boxes.
Deleted words are placed in separate boxes.
Inserted text will appear in a different font color, and will be underlined.
All boxes have arrows pointing to the exact text where the change took place.
The left side of the document shows vertical lines indicating the regions wherechanges have occurred.
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Placing the mouse over new text or over the box containing theinformation on the changes displaysa pop-up box. This box containsinformation about that specificchange, the user responsible for thechange, the date, time, and type of editing done.
User Information
The user information identifies the person who is using the application. Your name isautomatically entered when
Word 
is installed on your computer. To confirm or changethis information, follow these steps:1. From the
Menu
 bar, select
Tools
>
Options
.2. Choose the
User Information
tab.3. Type your name in case it is not there under 
Name
and then click on the
OK 
 button.
 Note
: If you have just typed a new name in the
User Information
tab, and you continuedediting, all changes you do will be marked with a different color to indicate that they have been performed by a different user. Moreover, the pop-up box containing the informationon the user will appear in a different color.
Viewing the changes
To view all the changes youmade to your document asone list, click on the
Reviewing Pane
 buttonfound on the
Reviewing
toolbar. A newwindow will appear listingthe changes per category.In the
Normal View,
the changes you made to your document cannot be identified easily:you can identify that a change has occurred at a specific place but you cannot identify thetype of change that took place like you do in
Print Layout View
. Thus, the
ReviewingPane
option is considered fundamental to see the changes you made to the document,while you are working in the
Normal View
.
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