Demo: Get rid of revision marks, once and for all

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Have you ever been embarrassed by revision marks appearing in a Word document you thought was perfect? Perhaps you applied for a job, only to find that the last-minute edits you made to your resume were visible to the hiring manager. Or maybe you thought the sales proposal you sent to a prospective client was perfect and were stunned to hear that the client’s copy still contained hard-to-read strikethroughs and comments.

Leaving revision marks and comments in your documents can be embarrassing. Even worse, revision marks and comments can expose sensitive information to those who shouldn’t see it.

It’s not always easy to tell if all your revision marks are gone from a document. Watch this demo to learn how to get rid of tracked changes and comments, once and for all.

How to do it (text version):

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Applies to:
Word 2003