Describes how to suppress a comment revision box on the right side of a word2010 document that contains document modifications. For reference.
(Note: It is a good idea to copy a backup copy of a document before modifying it to prevent it from being restored.) )
As shown, a comment box appears on the right side of the word2010 document that contains the modifications.
If you want to cancel this box, you can click "Review" in the Word menu bar first.
Clicking the "Show Markup" option in the review will pop up a menu.
The mouse pointer to the balloons in the menu pops up a level two menu and clicks "Show comments and formatting only in balloons".
When clicked, the right box is canceled if there is no annotation, but if there is a comment in the right box, right-click on the annotation and click Delete Comment in the pop-up menu. Delete all annotations.
This way, the box on the right side of the Word document is automatically canceled.
However, there may also be text in the document that represents the lines and other colors of the modification process. If you want to cancel, refer to the following introduction.
If you do not want to display any traces of the changes in the Word document after you remove the right box, you can click Accept in the review and then click Accept All changes to the document in the pop-up menu when you are sure that all the changes are correct.
This way, the Word document is displayed normally.
If you do not want to edit the document later and then change the marks and symbols, you can click tracked changes in the review to cancel the revision status.
It is a good idea to copy a backup copy of a document before you modify it to prevent it from being restored.
Before you click "Accept revisions to all documents", make sure that the changes you have made are correct.
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