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Microsoft Word's "track changes" feature has some obvious benefits. After all, you can see the edits you or someone else made to your document and can compare different versions of documents to one another.
However, seeing the edits you made may not always be a good thing. This is especially true if you are sending documents to opposing parties, who in many cases can simply click "track changes" and get some sense of your thought process.
So to protect yourself, here are three tips to avoid getting tripped up by Microsoft Word's "track changes" feature:
The utility of Microsoft Word's "track changes" function is obvious. And if you take some simple steps, you can ensure that the drawbacks don't affect you.
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