Is there a good version control method for strongly formatted word docs? Ideally something that works with git and shows the diff in an easy-to-view format.
Most of the questions I've seen on this are from 2010 or before.
I'm aware of the following methods:
- Pandocs with git.
- This was the preferred method, but the diff doesn't always show when a strongly formatted portion of the document is modified.
- Shows the diff in word. Diff is more difficult to view than git (3 windows and a sidebar take a lot of space). Requires word to be opened. Larger learning curve than git.
- I'm cheap.
Are there any other ways anyone is aware of to use as version control for MS Word?