How do you print the Original Showing Markup?


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Nictrolis

I'm making changes to a document, and as part of my document control system I
need to have a redlined copy of the original document. I can see what I want
by setting the reviewing display to "Original Showing Markup", but when I try
to print this out Word won't do it. Rather than printing what's being
displayed, it reverts to some bastardized version of Final Showing Markup -
and any paragraphs I deleted don't appear with red lines through them. I
really need to show those deleted paragraphs when printing. Can anyone help
me figure out how to print the Original Showing Markup? I'm using Word
2003... Thanks!

-Nick
 
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Suzanne S. Barnhill

Disable balloons on the Track Changes tab of Tools | Options and then print
directly from Original Showing Markup view.
 
N

Nictrolis

Yeah, that doesn't do it - that shows the final version. The only changes
that appear are changes made in paragraphs, such as removing a few words or
adding a few words.

Any paragraphs (specifically, paragraphs that were numbered), if completely
deleted, dissappear. The "Document showing markup" printout has no note or
evidence that they were even there in the first place.
 
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Nictrolis

Ahh, that worked. Good show. Thanks!!

Suzanne S. Barnhill said:
Disable balloons on the Track Changes tab of Tools | Options and then print
directly from Original Showing Markup view.
 

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