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Open the document you want to mark as final, click "File" and then select "Info" from the left pane. Click the "Protect Document" button and then choose "Mark as Final" from the menu. Click "OK" when Word warns you that the document will be marked as final and then saved. The Save As window is displayed automatically.
(+) Simple Markup places a red line in the margin where a change has been made. All Markup shows each person's edits in different colors of text and with strikethrough formatting. No Markup shows how the incorporated changes will look. Original shows the original document.
Markup is defined as editing marks (using Word's Track Changes feature) and comments placed in a document during its development.
The markup area appears whenever a document features comments, but its appearance is controlled by settings on the Review tab. To hide the markup area, click the Review tab. In the Tracking group, click the Display for Review button, shown here.
Start Microsoft Word, click the File tab and open the document with the markup you want to hide. Click the Review tab. Click the small drop-down arrow on the Accept button on the ribbon. Click Accept All Changes in Document. The suggested changes are incorporated into the document and the markups are removed.
Open a workbook. On the File tab, click Info. Click Protect Workbook, Mark as Final. Click OK.
Click the File tab to access Backstage view. From the Info pane, click the Protect Workbook command. In the drop-down menu, choose the option that best suits your needs. A dialog box will appear, prompting you to save. Another dialog box will appear. The workbook will be marked as final.
Open the workbook you want to inspect for hidden data and personal information. Click File > Save As, and type a different name in the File name box to save a copy of your original workbook. In the copy of your original workbook, click File > Info. Click Check for Issues, and then click Inspect Document.
Use Mark as Final to make your Word, Excel, or PowerPoint file read-only. When you mark as final, typing, editing commands, proofing marks are disabled or turned off, and the file becomes read-only, and the Status property of the document is set to Final.
Open the read-only PowerPoint presentation and click the "File" tab. Click "Info" from the left pane. Click "Protect Presentation" and select "Mark as Final." This acts as a toggle selection.
Right-click on the file and click on Properties. In the Properties window, click on the Details tab then click on Remove Properties and Personal Information. You can remove information in two ways. You can remove metadata from the original file or make a copy of the file without any metadata.
Open Microsoft Word. Click the "File" tab at the top of the screen and select "Open." Browse to the document to which you want to add editing marks and double-click the file name.
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