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OpenOffice Writer User Guide
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Recording changes

See Chapter 2, “Setting up Writer†for instructions on setting up how your changes will be displayed.

  1. To begin tracking (recording) changes, click Edit > Changes > Record.

    To show or hide the display of changes, click Edit > Changes > Show.

    TIP

    Hold the mouse pointer over a marked change; you will see a Help Tip showing the type of change, the author, date, and time of day for the change. If Extended Tips are enabled, you will also see any comments recorded for this change.

  2. To enter a comment on a marked change, place the cursor in the area of the change and then click Edit > Changes > Comment. (See Figure 72.) In addition to being displayed as an extended tip, the comment is also displayed in the list in the Accept or Reject Changes dialog box.

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  1. To move from one marked change to the next, use the arrow buttons. If no comment has been recorded for a change, the Text field is blank.

  2. To stop recording changes, click Edit > Changes > Record again.

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