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I've got a fairly large Microsoft Word document that has been modified by six people. All changes (and there are plenty of them) are recorded with track changes tool. I want to see only changes that are made by one certain user. Is it possible (I'm using Microsoft Office 2003)?

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From the Formatting toolbar click Show and then Reviewers, from here you can tick/untick each reviewer as you need.

Here's a screenshot I've just created.
Don't have a multi-reviewer file handy so this just shows me:

Menu showing options to hide reviewers

In Word 2007, the Reviewers list has moved to the Review tab, Tracking box, Show Markup dropdown.

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Thanks! I really wonder now how I managed to overlook this menu item... – JooMing Nov 26 '10 at 14:57
    
its usually the obvious things that people need pointed out to them. Hiding in plain sight and all that. – Xantec Nov 26 '10 at 15:29

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