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OpenOffice Calc User Guide
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Viewing changes

Calc gives you tremendous control over what changes you see when reviewing a document. To change the available filters, select Edit > Changes > Show. The dialog shown in Figure 120 opens.

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Using the different settings, you can control which changes appear on screen. You can filter based on:

  • Date – Only changes made in a certain time range are displayed.

  • Author – Only changes made by a specific author are displayed. This is especially useful if you have multiple reviewers on the document.

  • Range – Only changes made in a specific range of cells are displayed. This is especially useful if you have a large spreadsheet and only want to review a part of it.

  • Comment – Searches the content of the comments and only displays changes which have comments that match the search criteria.

  • Show accepted changes – Only changes you accepted are displayed.

  • Show rejected changes – Only changes you rejected are displayed.

Note

You can also access the filter control in the Accept or Reject Changes dialog shown in Figure 121. Click the Filter tab to get a set of options similar to those shown in Figure 120.

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