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    Word 97 Can I look at 2 files at the same time? (Word 97/SR2)

    i am having a versioning problem and I have to look at 2 files at once. Is there a way to do this in Word? Or do I have to print out paper copies and do it the old fashioned way?

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    Re: Word 97 Can I look at 2 files at the same time? (Word 97/SR2)

    If you open both documents in Word, then Choose Windows|Arrange All from the menu, you can see two documents at a time.
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    Re: Word 97 Can I look at 2 files at the same time? (Word 97/SR2)

    Thank you for the response! Have a great day!!

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    Re: Word 97 Can I look at 2 files at the same time? (Word 97/SR2)

    You can also open one of the files, and choose "Tools > Track changes > Compare documents...", then choose the second file from that dialog.

    You'll only get one file with all the differences marked (which you then can accept or reject).

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