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I have an MS Word file that I want to send to someone and I want to make sure they can't see the revision history. Is this hidden by default or is there something I can do to hide the revision history or delete it?

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There is a walkthrough for Word 2003 here.

And for Word 2007: "How to quickly and easily remove meta data"

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There's MS tool called Remove hidden data for Word 2003.

Here's how to remove it from Office 2007 documents.

Another way if I remember correctly is to save document as rtf then save again as doc.

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You can use Trackument tool to save your document revisions externally. This way you don't have to worry about sending your document with revision history accidentally to someone.

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