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    Track Changes (Word 2003)

    Hi

    Is there a way of stopping WORD 2003 from showing 'changes' in the Header and Footer? I guess, what I am asking - is it possible to NOTTrack Changes in the headers/footers. My document uses filename, copyright, etc in the footers & chapter tiles in the header. For some reason these always show up as changed in the Track Change. I hope this possible because it is very annoying when reviewing documents with track changes.

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    Re: Track Changes (Word 2003)

    See <post:=579,269>post 579,269</post:>.

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    Re: Track Changes (Word 2003)

    D'oh! Sorry, I didn't remember that I had asked this question before.

    Apologies for asking for the same thing again & wasting your time. <img src=/S/sorry.gif border=0 alt=sorry width=15 height=15>

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    Re: Track Changes (Word 2003)

    It's understandable, in the sense that the problem has not gone away...

    Is it an option to lock those fields so they can't update? This might work around the problem, assuming it doesn't render the footer dysfunctional...

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    Re: Track Changes (Word 2003)

    Very interesting thought. Didn't think about locking those fields. Will try out your suggestion. Thanks.
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