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Oct
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WordHow many times has happened to you to wish to compare two different documents or files while using your Office Word? If you use this wonderful Microsoft suite I bet a lot! What majority of users do not know is that there is a way, a little, hidden option which does the trick, actually! In fact, nested among Office Word’s thousands of  options there is a small one which let you compare documents and edit them as you like!

  1. Open Word.
  2. Click the Review tab and right after that click Compare.
  3. A new small window called Compare Documents will appear.
  4. Select the Original Document and the Revised Document.
  5. Click the More button to add more options such as: comments, formatting, tables, headers and footers etc.
  6. Click OK.



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One Comment to “How to Compare Two Documents in Microsoft Office Word”

  1. Erik Says:

    I’m not seeing a “compare” button in the Review ribbon.


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