Using Track ChangesLast updated on 01/08/19
Track Changes allows you to follow changes to a document by demonstrating how the document has changed. If you or another document owner would like to view changes in your document, you can enable Track Changes.
To enable Track Changes, navigate to the Review tab and toggle Track Changes on.
Viewing Tracked Changes
After Track Changes is enabled, any additions will appear in the body of your document in blue, with an underline and a blue indicator. Removals will be marked with a red indicator. Changes with both additions and removals will have a purple indicator. You can jump to the next or previous change by clicking the appropriate button in the toolbar, or click the change to view more information in the right hand panel.
You can see a list of all tracked changes in the Track Changes panel on the right. This panel contains a list of all tracked changes in your current active section and gives a preview of the change. Clicking on a change in the panel will highlight that change in the document. Additions will be shown in blue and underlined, while removals will be shown in red with strikethrough.
If at any time you’d like to see your document with changes accepted, you can do so using the Hide Changes option in the toolbar. You can show the changes again by clicking Show Changes in the same position after hiding.
Accepting or Rejecting Tracked Changes
Document owners are able to accept or reject individual tracked changes by clicking the accept or reject buttons on cards in the track change panel or by right clicking the change and choosing the appropriate option. Once accepted or rejected, the change indicators and change markup will disappear.
Changes can be accepted or rejected at the section or document level using the toolbar. Accepting or rejecting tracked changes en mass can’t be undone.
Documents with Track Changes exported to PDF or EDGAR will display as if all Track Changes are accepted. This will not accept all changes in your document.