Those who use Microsoft Word daily in their job understand that the program has a lot of features. Features are solid, if their existence is known.
For the purposes of helping our clients and the internet at large understand the things that make MS Word so great, we’re starting a series of blog posts. We might even be able to help fix problems such as the one reflected in the image to the right.
These blog posts will highlight different ways that copy editors, publishers and authors use MS Word to increase their productivity, effectively power through content and most importantly, stay on track.
First in the series is an article about the track changes feature, and how it can help collaborators on a document.