How to Copy Text from a Word Document with Track Changes
Do you need to copy text from a Word Document with track changes and paste into a new word document?
In general, when you copy text from a track changed Word document and paste into a new document then track changes are lost. It makes the job hard for reviewers.
To simplify the job of reviewers and Word users, here we discuss an easiest way to Copy Text from a Word Document with Track Changes.
Here are the steps to be followed to Copy Text from a Word Document with Track Changes:
Step 1: Copy tracked change text from a Word document.
Step 2: Select Review tab and turn off Track Changes by clicking small arrow in Track Changes, as shown below:
Step 3: Now, open a new word document.
Step 4: Select Review tab and ensure that Track Changes is off. If it is on, then execute Step 2 to turn off Track Changes.
Step 5: Once Track Changes is off, press Ctrl + V to paste the copied text.
You will see the text in tracked changes. I hope this post has given you answer to the question “How to Copy Text from a Word Document with Track Changes.” I hope this will be helpful too. Share your feedback, if this post is helpful.
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