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> Geoff, I've worked in a shop where we used MS Word's tracking
> feature (which you can hide from view) to do online review. If they
> insist on the file, and you're a Word shop, you can turn on track
> changes, hide them from the onscreen view, and password-protect the
> doc. Whoever's reviewing it won't know the difference, but when you
> get it back you can reveal the edits onscreen. Justin