How to use Compare Feature in Word
Hello and today we are going to show you how to use the Compare feature in Word
The first step is to open both documents: the original version and the one with the changes
Opening the documents is optional but it will let you see quickly the name of the two files you are comparing.
I already opened my original and revised Microsoft Word document
Next you are going to select the Review Tab and select Compare. Do not confuse with combine because this is going to merge the changes on both documents.
In the dropdown menu select the original document, next go for the revised document and you can even label the changes with a name of your choice. This is optional as well.
In this example we just want to see what is different and changed from one document to another. Remember the Microsoft Word Compare is there to assist you spot differences on each document with the help of AI instead of doing so manually.
In the next screen you will have a new document or document1 outlining for you what changed in the revised file. If you place your mouse over it, you see the summary of the changes.
Thank you for stopping by and hope you learned about the Microsoft Word Compare feature, we hope it was helpful for you.
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