See the article "How to save a document using a filename that gets
incremented by 1 each time if the filename already exists” at:
Then use the Compare feature on the Review tab of the ribbon to see the
difference between any two revisions of the document.
Hope this helps.
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Doug Robbins - Word MVP, originally posted via msnews.microsoft.com
"Me@Work" wrote in message
> Hello, how is it that you view the revision history for a document in Word
> 2007 (or any Office 2007 product for that matter)? Let's say I make a
> document, do some work on it and save it. I keep working on it for a few
> days but I decide I would like to see what I had originally written in it
> first time I saved it, how do I do that? In Google Docs you go to
> Revision History and you can recall any version of the file ever saved,
> but I
> can't seem to find the same functionality in Word 2007. The Track Changes
> feature seems to be completely unrelated for what it's worth.