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OpenOffice Calc 3.x Guide
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You can use several methods to keep track of changes you or others made to a document.

  • Use change marks to show added or deleted material and changed formatting. Later, you or another person can review and accept or reject each change.
  • Make changes to a copy of the document (stored in a different folder, under a different name, or both), then use Calc to compare the files and show the changes. See Comparing documents.
  • Save versions that are stored as part of the original file. See Saving versions.

Reviewers can leave notes in the document or make comments attached to specific changes.


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