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Old 04-03-2014, 11:14 AM   #8
Steve Rindsberg
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Word's Review | Track Changes feature will do sidelining. I'm not sure exactly what triggers it, but if it were turned on (and you signed in to the computer as a different user so Word's hornswoggled into thinking you're not the same you as typed the text in the first place) it might give you what you're after.

Worth experimenting with, but maybe only if a Word document or the printed results from Word give you what you need. If the text will be published from some other software, Word's sidelining might not be preserved.

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