Re: track changes, is there only one way to pull up a list of changes in a document?
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Wow, I love such quick responses.
First, I did go to the ribbons and turn on track changes, so that is not the issue.
Second, I did try the command for list reviewers comments, and that works just fine. What isn’t working is the command to list reviewers revisions.
I’ll keep trying, thanks
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Mike Cormier
Sent: October 26, 2016 8:37 AM
Subject: Re: track changes, is there only one way to pull up a list of changes in a document?
Not sure if this would help but did you try
List reviewers' comments Control+Shift+apostrophe
Good Morning All,
I just received a word document (Word 2010) from my supervisor, and she used track changes rather extensively. As I read through with JAWS (using JAWS 14), the only way of detecting specific revisions on any line is to arrow through letter by letter on every line – hardly efficient. I usually pull up a list of the changes in the document using insert+shift+r…usually that is very helpful. When I do that in this document, I receive a message that there are no revisions in the document, but I know there are – I hear revision when I read specific lines. So, any suggestions? Any and all help appreciated.
Thanks in advance,