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Is there a way to generate an attractive summary of tracked changes in a word document?

If I'm working on a ~100 page document and, say, I change two paragraphs on p.37 and update a table on p.74, is there a way to produce a Word document showing just the changed pages?

Perhaps something like the summary / diff available in some wikis (e.g. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Stack_Exchange_Network&action=historysubmit&diff=461134938&oldid=458998783)

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Yes. There is a way to do it, but it appears VBA coding is needed to be able to generate a document with all the changes listed. Here is an MVP site with some ready to use Macros. VBA for Word - Macro

Alternately, if you want to print the changes, here is a link for that. Print List of Changes

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Thanks, the "Print List of Changes" tip helped in the short term. –  david-ocallaghan Nov 23 '11 at 15:26
    
Many thanks for the links. Saves me from doing SaveAsText followed with `%bash diff rev1.txt rev2.txt --suppress-common-lines >diffs.txt :-) –  Carl Witthoft Jan 10 at 13:28
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