Re: Red-lining software

Subject: Re: Red-lining software
From: Richard elGurutm Howland-Bolton <reh1 -at- CORNELL -dot- EDU>
Date: Thu, 27 May 1993 11:39:07 -0500

Philip H. Kachelmyer mathelode:

>Does anyone know of any software that can do red-lining? That is, take
>two versions of a document and show the merged documents with items from
>the first version that have been removed designated with strikethrough and
>things that have been added designated by boldface or some other
>characteristic? I'd appreciate hearing about anything that's available,
>either commercial product or shareware. (Or, for that matter, freeware!)

You don't say what system you are on.
On the Mac there is DocuComp, which I think comes with ms Word and does
exactly what you want.


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