First open the word original file you want to compare
Perform the Tools menu → compare and merge Documents command, click another file in the Compare and Merge document window that appears, and then click the Compare button after you check the exact comparison checkbox
Word then starts a new document and identifies all the different points in a blue color. As shown in Figure 2
Computer Tutorials Figure 2
How are you, excited? But we found that Word automatically generated this the proofing page is not quite the same as our usual proofreading habits, for example, first of all, it doesn't use standard proofing symbols (such as strikethrough, insertion point, or anything), and it shows all the changes in the form of "deleted content" ( Whether it's inserted or modified, it makes people look like they're not used to it.
In fact, this is only the default display of Word proofing problem, we can modify its logo display to solve. As shown in Figure 3, Word now defaults to "display the final status of the markup," and we just change it to "show the original status of the markup."
As shown in Figure 4, the final effect chart