QUESTION: merging of reviewed MS Word documents

Subject: QUESTION: merging of reviewed MS Word documents
From: "Beckton, Jon" <jbeckton -at- MHS7 -dot- TNS -dot- CO -dot- ZA>
Date: Thu, 18 Mar 1999 10:59:30 +0200

Apologies for the cross-posting. A colleague asked me to post these queries
in the hope that one of you wizards out there can point him in the right
direction.

Please reply directly to me and I'll summarise for the lists if there is
interest

Thanks in advance

Jon Beckton
South Africa
jbeckton -at- mhs7 -dot- tns -dot- co -dot- za

> -----Original Message-----
> From: van der Walt, Henri
> Sent: Thursday, March 18, 1999 10:36 AM
> To: Beckton, Jon
> Subject: merging of reviewed MS Word documents
>
> Jon, here are the MS Word problems I have encountered:
>
> 1. When trying to merge some of the reviewed documents into the
> original copy that was sent out, the following message is given by Word:
> The merged documents contain unmarked changes. Do you want to merge up to
> the first untracked change? I presume the Track Changes function wasn't
> switched on before the reviewing was done, and if so, what is the best way
> to include the suggested changes in the original?
> 2. How can one ensure that the Track Changes function is activated (and
> remain so) when you send out copies to be reviewed?
> 3. Can a revised Word document be retrieved and merged directly from
> the returned email message (with the revised document attached) or must
> the attachment first be saved as a file in order to do this? (I can't find
> an easier way to do this)
> 4. It happened that after merging a revised document with the original,
> the reviewers comments weren't highlighted in the merged document (even
> though my own comments remained highlighted and the reviewers comments are
> also highlighted when opening his revised document separately). This makes
> it impossible to point to a highlighted area and then have the comments
> displayed as screen tips. The comments was incorporated though, because it
> is visible when the Comments Pane is activated. References are then also
> shown in the text, but the specific word/phrase/sentence it refers to is
> still not highlighted.
>
> Hope someone can help me.
> Regards,
>
> Henri van der Walt
>
>


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