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  1. Chipping Sodbury School presents: Microsoft® Office Word 2003 Training Revise documents with Track Changes and comments

  2. Course contents • Overview: Insertions, deletions, comments • Lesson 1: Stay on track with tracked changes • Lesson 2: Tracked changes and the Show menu • Lesson 3: What to do when revisions reappear Each lesson includes a list of suggested tasks and a set of test questions. Use Track Changes and comments

  3. Overview: Insertions, deletions, comments • There’s life beyond handwritten revisions. In Microsoft Word documents, you can see insertions and deletions by using Track Changes and discuss document text by using comments. Say you have a memo to review, and before it’s distributed you need to make sure that no revisions or comments are showing. Get to know the Track Changes feature, and you’ll be proud of your track record. Use Track Changes and comments

  4. Course goals • Turn Track Changes on and off, and insert marked revisions. • Review tracked changes, and accept or reject them. • Insert, view, and delete comments. • Customize how tracked changes and comments are displayed. • Review to ensure that no unwanted revisions or comments remain in distributed documents. Use Track Changes and comments

  5. Lesson 1 Stay on track with tracked changes

  6. Stay on track with tracked changes • As you look through your manager's memo, you suggest a few changes: a formatting change, an added word, and a word to delete. How do you see revisions when you work on your computer in Word? Click Track Changes on the Tools menu. Handwritten changes on paper Use Track Changes and comments

  7. Insert tracked changes • After Track Changes is turned on, you work as you normally do in Word. Insert text or delete it, move text or graphics, or change formatting. Until you turn Track Changes off, Word will mark each revision separately and distinctly. Track Changes displays each change with special formatting. Use Track Changes and comments

  8. Insert tracked changes • The picture on the left shows tracked changes in Print Layout view. • Formatting change • Inserted text • Deleted text Track Changes displays each change with special formatting. Use Track Changes and comments

  9. Insert tracked changes • Each change appears in the document with markup—colors, lines, pointers, and notes that show you where each revision goes and what it is. Track Changes displays each change with special formatting. Use Track Changes and comments

  10. Insert tracked changes • Deleted text and formatting changes appear in ovals in the document margin called balloons, with lines from the text to the balloons to show where these changes were made. Track Changes displays each change with special formatting. Use Track Changes and comments

  11. Insert tracked changes • Inserted text is underlined and in its own color. A vertical line appears in the left margin next to lines with changes in them. Track Changes displays each change with special formatting. Use Track Changes and comments

  12. Insert comments • Suppose you want to explain why you deleted the word "just." To do that, you insert a comment, which appears in a balloon in the document margin. That balloon says "Comment" so that it's clear what it is. This comment explains why text was deleted. Use Track Changes and comments

  13. Insert comments • Text marked to show it has a comment. • Comment balloon with line to text that has a comment. This comment explains why text was deleted. Use Track Changes and comments

  14. Insert comments • To insert a comment, place the insertion point next to the revision, or select the text on which you want to comment: • On the Insert menu, click Comment, and then type your explanation. This comment explains why text was deleted. Use Track Changes and comments

  15. Accept or reject changes, delete comments • When you've finished reviewing the memo, your manager can: The Reviewing toolbar • Accept or reject your revisions. • Read and delete your comments. • Deal with revisions and comments one at a time or all at once. Use Track Changes and comments

  16. Accept or reject changes, delete comments • As changes are accepted or rejected and comments are deleted, the markup that indicates the changes or comments is removed from the document. The Reviewing toolbar To remove document markup, use buttons on the Reviewing toolbar, or right-click in the document to accept or reject changes and delete comments. Use Track Changes and comments

  17. Accept or reject changes, delete comments • The buttons on the Reviewing toolbar help you with changes: • Click Previous to review each item going toward the beginning. • Click Next to review each item going toward the end. The Reviewing toolbar Use Track Changes and comments

  18. Accept or reject changes, delete comments • The buttons on the Reviewing toolbar help you with changes: • Click Accept Change to accept revisions. • Click Reject Change/Delete Comment to reject revisions and delete comments. The Reviewing toolbar Use Track Changes and comments

  19. Revisions and comments in different views • Track Changes markup looks different in different document views. So far you have seen how it looks in Print Layout view. • As you get to know Track Changes, you'll find which view works best for you. Just select that view when you start to work in a document. Tracked changes in Normal view Use Track Changes and comments

  20. Revisions and comments in different views • In Print Layout view, deleted text and comments and formatting changes are displayed in balloons in the document margin. • In Normal view and Outline view, there are no balloons. Tracked changes in Normal view Use Track Changes and comments

  21. Revisions and comments in different views • In all views, inserted text is displayed with underlines and in its own color, and vertical lines appear in the left margin to show where changes have been made. Tracked changes in Normal view Use Track Changes and comments

  22. Revisions and comments in different views • The picture on the left shows tracked changes in Normal view. • Text with a comment shows the initials of the commenting reviewer and the number of each comment. • Deleted text appears with a line through it. Tracked changes in Normal view Use Track Changes and comments

  23. Suggestions for practice • Turn on Track Changes and make revisions. • Insert more revisions and comments. • Use the Reviewing toolbar to see how your document looks with and without markup. • Accept or reject revisions, and delete comments. Online practice (requires Word 2003) Use Track Changes and comments

  24. Test 1, question 1 • To insert a comment, you turn on Track Changes. (Pick one answer.) • True. • False. Use Track Changes and comments

  25. Test 1, question 1: Answer • False. Track Changes does not have to be turned on before you insert a comment. You can use comments at any time, not just when you work with tracked changes. Use Track Changes and comments

  26. Test 1, question 2 • As you learned in the practice, clicking Final in the Display for Review box on the Reviewing toolbar: (Pick one answer.) • Temporarily hides tracked changes. • Displays all tracked changes. • Deletes all tracked changes. Use Track Changes and comments

  27. Test 1, question 2: Answer • Temporarily hides tracked changes. This view shows you how your document looked before any revisions were made to it. Remember, though—changes and comments are still in the document. They're only temporarily hidden. Use Track Changes and comments

  28. Test 1, question 3 • The only way to accept or reject inserted text is to click the Accept Change or Reject Change buttons on the Reviewing toolbar. (Pick one answer.) • True. • False. Use Track Changes and comments

  29. Test 1, question 3: Answer • False. You can also right-click the inserted text, and then click Accept Insertion or Reject Insertion on the shortcut menu. Use Track Changes and comments

  30. Test 1, question 4 • In the practice, you learned a keyboard shortcut to turn tracked changes on and off. Press: (Pick one answer.) • CTRL+SHIFT+E. • CTRL+ALT+M. • ALT+SHIFT+C. Use Track Changes and comments

  31. Test 1, question 4: Answer • CTRL+SHIFT+E. Now you know a fast way to track changes and to stop tracking changes. Use Track Changes and comments

  32. Lesson 2 Tracked changes and the Show menu

  33. Tracked changes and the Show menu • Imagine now that you need to look over the changes made in a document by JohnD and JudiH. You'll accept or reject their revisions, and then you'll delete their comments. • When a document contains revisions by multiple reviewers, you can choose to see all the revisions at one time or to see the revisions by each reviewer separately. Show menu on the Reviewing toolbar Use Track Changes and comments

  34. Tracked changes and the Show menu • Use the Show menu on the Reviewing toolbar to customize tracked changes and to keep track of tracked changes. Ink annotations (handwritten notes) are available if you use a Tablet PC. Show menu on the Reviewing toolbar Use Track Changes and comments

  35. Choose to view tracked changes, comments • Suppose you decide to read the comments John put in the document. You don't have to read through all the tracked changes and all the comments to find what John had to say. Instead, you can see just John's comments. How? Use Track Changes and comments

  36. Choose to view tracked changes, comments • Click the Show menu. • Then click the check mark beside the type of information you don't want to review. • Because you don't want to see insertions and deletions right now, click beside Insertions and Deletions to clear that check mark. Use Track Changes and comments

  37. Choose to view tracked changes, comments • Warning: You cannot delete any revisions or comments by clearing check marks on the Show menu. Clearing check marks only temporarily hides revisions and comments. They remain in the document, visible to every reader. Use Track Changes and comments

  38. Choose a reviewer's tracked changes to view • To hide Judi's comments temporarily: • Click the Show menu, and point to Reviewers. The name of each reviewer appears. Use Track Changes and comments

  39. Choose a reviewer's tracked changes to view • To hide Judi's comments temporarily: • To just see John's comments and not Judi’s, clear the check mark beside Judi's name. • Select the check box beside Judi's name, or click All Reviewers, to display her comments again. Use Track Changes and comments

  40. Ensure all revisions, comments are displayed • When you're ready to accept or reject proposed changes and to delete comments, click the Show menu. Use Track Changes and comments

  41. Ensure all revisions, comments are displayed • Make sure that a check mark appears next to every one of these items on the menu: • Comments • Ink Annotations • Insertions and Deletions • Formatting Use Track Changes and comments

  42. Ensure all revisions, comments are displayed • If a check mark does not appear next to an item on the Show menu, you could be in danger of distributing a document that contains tracked changes or comments. Use Track Changes and comments

  43. Ensure all revisions, comments are displayed For example, if the check mark does not appear next to Comments, you'll miss all comments in the document. Those comments will reappear as soon as anyone opens the document. Use Track Changes and comments

  44. Balloons: Always, sometime, never? • Deletions, comments, and formatting changes appear as balloons in Print Layout, Web Layout, and Reading Layout views. If you like to work in any of these views and you'd prefer a different form of display, click the Show menu, point to Balloons, and make your choice. Options for displaying balloons Use Track Changes and comments

  45. Balloons: Always, sometime, never? • If you never, ever want balloons to show up, click Never. • If you want to see formatting changes while you work, or you like marginal comments, click Only for Comments/Formatting. • To get balloons back all the time, click Always. Options for displaying balloons Use Track Changes and comments

  46. Choose how you make tracks • You have other choices about the display of insertions, deletions, and formatting changes: • Click the Show menu. • Then click Options. Options for Track Changes Use Track Changes and comments

  47. Suggestions for practice • Select the type of revisions to review. • Reveal comments and revisions. • Change the balloon settings. • Change other Track Changes options. Online practice (requires Word 2003) Use Track Changes and comments

  48. Test 2, question 1 • Clearing check boxes on the Show menu does not delete changes. (Pick one answer.) • True. • False. Use Track Changes and comments

  49. Test 2, question 1: Answer • True. Clearing check boxes temporarily hides revisions and comments. Clearing a check box never deletes them. Use Track Changes and comments

  50. Test 2, question 2 • You have a document with insertions and deletions, formatting changes, and comments. To see just insertions and deletions, on the Show menu, you would clear the check box beside: (Pick one answer.) • Comments. • Insertions and Deletions. • Both Comments and Formatting. Use Track Changes and comments