Remove tracked changes and comments
Now that you’ve sent your document out for review and gotten some input on it, the file has all this markup in it.
It might have lines that look like this:
Or a lot of strikeouts and insertions, like this:
The only way to delete these tracked changes is to accept or reject them. Here’s how:
To look at each revision, one at a time, click Review > Next > Accept or Reject.
Word accepts the change or removes it and then moves to the next change.
To accept all the changes at the same time, click the arrow by Accept > Accept All Changes.
If people added comments in your document, they aren’t removed when you click Accept All Changes. You have to delete them.
Click the comment. In Simple Markup view, it looks like this:
Click Delete Comment.
To delete all comments at once, click the arrow by Delete Comment > Delete All Comments in Document.