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    I would like to copy each tracked change into the left cell of a two column table so I can add my own comments to the right cell as I try to categorize the changes.

    Any ideas on the most painless way to accomplish this?

    Thanks!!
    Troy

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    That might be difficult because revisions (tracked changes) can be formatting changes as well as insertions and deletions.

    You could use VBA to loop through the Revisions collection of a document.
    Each Revision has a Range property of which you could retrieve the Text, and a Type property that indicates what kind of revision it is.
    See Revisions Collection Object and Revision Object.

    Word 2002 and later have the option to print a list of revisions - select List of Markup in the Print dropdown in the Print dialog.

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