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I am looking at two different word documents and want to compare the differences between the two documents. Is there a way to compare them and easily point out the differences between the two?
If it were as simple as a notepad, you could x-diff the two files. Office documents for writing code, printing files and comparing them is a little trickier. For beginners, here are some easy steps. Create two versions of a documents. On the later version, open the TOOLS menu. Point to the Track Changes, Click Compare Documents On the Original document popup menu, pick Document the alternate would be the Revised Document. Play around with the Track Changes in the Tools menu till you are confident.
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Open one of the two versions of the document that you want to compare. On the Tools menu, point to Track Changes, and then click Compare Documents. In the Original document list, select the original document. In the Revised document list, browse to the other version of the document, and then click OK. Changes from the revised copy are merged into a new copy that is based on the original version of the document. The original copy remains untouched. Revision marks show any differences introduced by the revised copy of the document. Source:
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