I created a document in Word 2010 and I am sharing it with two reviewers. When I turn on Track Changes, I can see my edits in one color, and my comments display my initials. But when the reviewers add their edits and comments and send it back to me, their comments end up the same color, and all comments, including mine, are now marked A# (A1, A2, A3). I can't see where my comments end and theirs begin. [more inside]
posted by wexford_arts
on Feb 24, 2014 -
I have a batch of mixed-format data including long-form text fields, hyperlinks, number and plain text in an Excel doc. I have assembled a Word catalog merge file intended to allow me to proof the data manually. There are 42 records.
On merge, the output document results in what appears to be the correct number of pages and records. However, records 28-42 do not appear to place any data in the destination document. [more inside]
posted by mwhybark
on Apr 15, 2013 -
Hoping someone can help me sort this problem ...
It's a excel + microsoft word document + mail merge to outlook email to 50 people.
I am trying to help someone out - this is is as it just as it was described to me:
Track changes were accepted and turned off and the email looked as it should - so off went 50 customized emails.
..unfortunately the sent email then shows that all the emails are sent showing all of the tracked change revision markings!
Sorry if this is too vague. Thanks for your efforts :)
posted by anewnormal
on Nov 30, 2011 -
Looking for a word/excel mail merge trick that may not exist. Basically, what I'm looking to do is put information from the header row itself into the merge document so that it appears in the merge for each other record. [more inside]
posted by robverb
on Jan 27, 2011 -
Help me create custom documents out of pre-written paragraphs in Word. [more inside]
posted by bove
on Dec 7, 2007 -
I have a Word merge document with merged variable info sandwiched around a preprinted area in which I want no text - is there a way to insert some sort of break on the page that says to Word "No matter how big section 1 is, don't start printing section 2 until this point"? Thanks for any help! [more inside]
posted by deliriouscool
on Sep 21, 2007 -
Is there a quick way to create a mail merge directory in Word from an Excel spreadsheet, broken down by a specific field (department, category, etc.)? This seems like a Microsoft 101 question, but the built-in Help doesn't seem to address this specifically, and online help
from Word 2002 gets into code I can't even begin to understand. [more inside]
posted by pzarquon
on Sep 7, 2005 -