Combining two review markings into one

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  1. paik1002

    paik1002

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    Hi.

    I have a single WORD document edited/reviewed by 2 peers.
    I would like to keep all the markings but combined into a single user (current user), instead of two.
    For example, the above image is a document edited by two peers, LB1 and L2 (marked as red and blue).
    I would like to combine the markings into a single user, say L2(all markings will become blue).

    Could it be done?
     
    paik1002, Oct 21, 2016
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  2. paik1002

    macropod Microsoft MVP

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    That's not how Word works. To get such a result, you'd have to accept or reject both revisions (as applicable) then add a new one that combines whatever you want from both. Doing that could be a nightmare once you have one reviewer changing another reviewer's suggestion.
     
    macropod, Oct 29, 2016
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