When working on a document with others, it’s easy to end up with multiple versions. Microsoft Word 2010 has features to allow users to manage multiple document versions when saved on the Microsoft SharePoint server. This training video shows how to use Microsoft Word 2010 documents saved on SharePoint to create a new version, compare changes, and merge versions together.
Versioning is the process of recording and storing document changes. Viewers are shown how to set up their versioning settings correctly. These settings include content approval, saving major and minor changes, the number of versions retained, and security and editing options. Users can go back to reopen, review, and reuse any of the versions stored on the server. This course also explains how to customize the way documents are saved.
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