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I was wondering if there were a service that'll save each revision i make on my word document and allows me to view file differences and changes?

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Check this:… – Ikke Oct 4 '09 at 20:55
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Word has a track changes feature built right in. Do you need something more than this?

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...and there's also a feature that lets you "diff" two Word documents even if you forgot to turn on "tracking changes". – Reuben Oct 4 '09 at 23:48
@Reuben, when did that feature show up? only recent versions or available in older ones too? – quack quixote Oct 10 '09 at 11:32

In fact, if you use a Subversion repo for your doc with the TortoiseSVN shell extension, the track changes functionality is used to highlight inter-revision changes when you do a visual diff. Very handy!

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