We sometimes compare the contents of two Word documents, as with the data in the previous report and the data in this year's report, the comparison between the last award list and the award list, the comparison between the upper and lower grades, and so on, in Word2003, just open two files that need to be compared at the same time, and then click on one of the files. Window/File name comparison command allows you to open the left and right two Word documents. In Word2007, the "View by side" feature, while moving, is still very practical.
Also open the two files you want to compare, in any of the file windows, click the View tab, and then click View by side in the Windows group.
If your document has more content, you can also click Sync Scrolling in the Windows group on the View tab to have two documents scroll at the same time to make it easier to compare and view. When you're done, you can turn off the comparison view side by side in the Windows group on the View tab, which is best done in the main document (that is, the document that you want to edit). Also, let's remind you that this feature is in Excel2007.
Figure 1 Word View tab