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How do you compare text?

Imagine two different chocolate bars. One way to link texts is through the purpose they are aiming to achieve. When comparing texts, consider both what they have in common and what is different about them. If they have the same purpose: If they have a different purpose but the same subject:

How do I compare text in Word?

To compare documents in Word, open the two documents to compare. Click the Review tab in the Ribbon. Then click the Compare drop-down button in the Compare button group. Select the Compare command from the drop-down menu to open the Compare Documents dialog box.

How do I compare versions in Word?

Open one of the two versions of the document that you want to compare. On the Tools menu, point to Track Changes, and then click Compare Documents. On the Original document pop-up menu, select the original document.

How can I compare two Word documents for differences?

To compare documents in Word, open the two documents to compare. Click the Review tab in the Ribbon. Then click the Compare drop-down button in the Compare button group. Select the Compare command from the drop-down menu to open the Compare Documents dialog box.

How does Compare work in Word?

As the name suggests, you can use the 'Compare' function in Microsoft Word to highlight the differences between two versions of the same document. Essentially, all it does is take two copies of a document and marks changes as if they were made using 'Track Changes'. The 'Compare' and 'Combine' options.

How do I compare side by side in Word?

Open the two documents you want to compare. Choose Compare Side by Side from the Window menu. Word displays both documents side by side and displays the Compare Side by Side toolbar. Choose Window | Arrange All. On the Compare Side by Side toolbar, click the Synchronous Scrolling tool, if necessary.

How do you compare in Word 2016?

Click the Review tab. In the Compare group, choose CompareCompare. The Compare Documents dialog box shows up. Choose the original document from the Original Document drop-down list. Choose the edited document from the Revised Document drop-down list. Click OK.

How do you compare two documents for similarities?

To Compare two different documents for plagiarism, Paste the text in the first value or select a file and paste text in second value or upload a file and click on Compare button.
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