If changes are in the document, they can be seen. So you need to remove
them, as well as turn track changes off. See here for how:
If you want to keep the changes for yourself, make a copy, remove the
changes from it, and send the copy, but keep editing the original.
On 10/3/05 6:05 PM, "David Sceats" wrote:
> I am preparing documents often working off precedents. I want to be able to
> track changes as I make them with my colleagues. In many cases we do not want
> the party to whom we send the documents to be able to see the changes we have
> made. My question is, how are we able to prevent persons from turning on the
> view changes functions and so prevent them from being able to see the changes
> we have made ?
> I'm using Word 2000 (9.0.3821 SR-1)
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