How do hide tracking changes from various users in Word 2007

I would like to hide the tracking changes in Word 2007 as a document is 
passed from user to user.
Presently, every time a user opens the file that I have sent them, the file 
opens showing all the tracking changes. I would like it to Open and not show 
the tracking changes and just have the user do their changes. the users are 
getting confused by all the markups.
I have tried the procedures mentioned which are:
1) Trust Center - Privacy Options
2) remove check for "Make hidden markup visible when opening or saving"
Is the procedure that I listed supposed to work?
What will work?
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
Jugglertwo
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You can't control the settings on other people's copies of Word.

But you could send out Word files that don't have anyone else's
tracked changes/comments in them, and when you get back each one,
combine them (Review tab > Compare > Combine, repeat as necessary).

On Nov 17, 1:16=A0am, Jugglertwo <Juggler...@discussions.microsoft.com>
wrote:
> I would like to hide the tracking changes in Word 2007 as a document is
> passed from user to user.
> Presently, every time a user opens the file that I have sent them, the fi=
le
> opens showing all the tracking changes. I would like it to Open and not s=
how
> the tracking changes and just have the user do their changes. the users a=
re
> getting confused by all the markups.
> I have tried the procedures mentioned which are:
> 1) Trust Center - Privacy Options
> 2) remove check for "Make hidden markup visible when opening or saving"
> Is the procedure that I listed supposed to work?
> What will work?
> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
> Jugglertwo

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Peter
11/17/2009 1:40:50 PM
Mr. Daniels,

> You can't control the settings on other people's copies of Word.

Yes you can.  If other people are willing to let your macros (hammers and 
nails as you call them) run you can manipulate their settings however you 
like.

Sub AutoOpen()
With ThisDocument
  .TrackRevisions = True
  .ShowRevisions = False
End With
End Sub

I would not suggest doing this in this case or ever doing it without 
advising the user of the actions.  You should also take steps to ensure the 
users original settings are restored.


Peter T. Daniels wrote:
> You can't control the settings on other people's copies of Word.
>
> But you could send out Word files that don't have anyone else's
> tracked changes/comments in them, and when you get back each one,
> combine them (Review tab > Compare > Combine, repeat as necessary).
>
> On Nov 17, 1:16 am, Jugglertwo <Juggler...@discussions.microsoft.com>
> wrote:
>> I would like to hide the tracking changes in Word 2007 as a document
>> is passed from user to user.
>> Presently, every time a user opens the file that I have sent them,
>> the file opens showing all the tracking changes. I would like it to
>> Open and not show the tracking changes and just have the user do
>> their changes. the users are getting confused by all the markups.
>> I have tried the procedures mentioned which are:
>> 1) Trust Center - Privacy Options
>> 2) remove check for "Make hidden markup visible when opening or
>> saving"
>> Is the procedure that I listed supposed to work?
>> What will work?
>> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
>> Jugglertwo 


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Greg
11/17/2009 9:19:09 PM
You can't control other people's "will."

On Nov 17, 4:19=A0pm, "Greg Maxey"
<gma...@mIKEvICTORpAPAsIERRA.oSCARrOMEOgOLF> wrote:
> Mr. Daniels,
>
> > You can't control the settings on other people's copies of Word.
>
> Yes you can. =A0If other people are willing to let your macros (hammers a=
nd
> nails as you call them) run you can manipulate their settings however you
> like.
>
> Sub AutoOpen()
> With ThisDocument
> =A0 .TrackRevisions =3D True
> =A0 .ShowRevisions =3D False
> End With
> End Sub
>
> I would not suggest doing this in this case or ever doing it without
> advising the user of the actions. =A0You should also take steps to ensure=
 the
> users original settings are restored.
>
>
>
> Peter T. Daniels wrote:
> > You can't control the settings on other people's copies of Word.
>
> > But you could send out Word files that don't have anyone else's
> > tracked changes/comments in them, and when you get back each one,
> > combine them (Review tab > Compare > Combine, repeat as necessary).
>
> > On Nov 17, 1:16 am, Jugglertwo <Juggler...@discussions.microsoft.com>
> > wrote:
> >> I would like to hide the tracking changes in Word 2007 as a document
> >> is passed from user to user.
> >> Presently, every time a user opens the file that I have sent them,
> >> the file opens showing all the tracking changes. I would like it to
> >> Open and not show the tracking changes and just have the user do
> >> their changes. the users are getting confused by all the markups.
> >> I have tried the procedures mentioned which are:
> >> 1) Trust Center - Privacy Options
> >> 2) remove check for "Make hidden markup visible when opening or
> >> saving"
> >> Is the procedure that I listed supposed to work?
> >> What will work?
> >> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
> >> Jugglertwo-
0
Peter
11/18/2009 1:51:07 AM
On Nov 17, 8:51=A0pm, "Peter T. Daniels" <gramma...@verizon.net> wrote:
> You can'tcontrol other people's "will."
>
> On Nov 17, 4:19=A0pm, "Greg Maxey"
>
>
>
> <gma...@mIKEvICTORpAPAsIERRA.oSCARrOMEOgOLF> wrote:
> > Mr.Daniels,
>
> > > You can'tcontrol the settings on other people's copies of Word.
>
> > Yes you can. =A0If other people are willing to let your macros (hammers=
 and
> > nails as you call them) run you can manipulate their settings however y=
ou
> > like.
>
> > Sub AutoOpen()
> > With ThisDocument
> > =A0 .TrackRevisions =3D True
> > =A0 .ShowRevisions =3D False
> > End With
> > End Sub
>
> > I would not suggest doing this in this case or ever doing it without
> > advising the user of the actions. =A0You should also take steps to ensu=
re the
> > users original settings are restored.
>
> >PeterT.Danielswrote:
> > > You can'tcontrol the settings on other people's copies of Word.
>
> > > But you could send out Word files that don'thave anyone else's
> > > tracked changes/comments in them, and when you get back each one,
> > > combine them (Review tab > Compare > Combine, repeat as necessary).
>
> > > On Nov 17, 1:16 am, Jugglertwo <Juggler...@discussions.microsoft.com>
> > > wrote:
> > >> I would like to hide the tracking changes in Word 2007 as a document
> > >> is passed from user to user.
> > >> Presently, every time a user opens the file that I have sent them,
> > >> the file opens showing all the tracking changes. I would like it to
> > >> Open and not show the tracking changes and just have the user do
> > >> their changes. the users are getting confused by all the markups.
> > >> I have tried the procedures mentioned which are:
> > >> 1) Trust Center - Privacy Options
> > >> 2) remove check for "Make hidden markup visible when opening or
> > >> saving"
> > >> Is the procedure that I listed supposed to work?
> > >> What will work?
> > >> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
> > >> Jugglertwo-- Hide quoted text -
>
> - Show quoted text -

Mr. Daniels,

You decide what you can't do. Let the rest of us determine for
ourselves what we can and can't do.  Fair enough?
0
Greg
11/18/2009 3:34:42 AM
If you think you can engage in Mind Control, you're even more
delusional than usual.

And you might also apply yourself to learning the convention that in
this newsgroup, top-posting is the norm.

On Nov 17, 10:34=A0pm, Greg Maxey <gma...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Nov 17, 8:51=A0pm, "Peter T. Daniels" <gramma...@verizon.net> wrote:

> > You can'tcontrol other people's "will."
>
> > On Nov 17, 4:19=A0pm, "Greg Maxey"
>
> > <gma...@mIKEvICTORpAPAsIERRA.oSCARrOMEOgOLF> wrote:
> > > Mr.Daniels,
>
> > > > You can'tcontrol the settings on other people's copies of Word.
>
> > > Yes you can. =A0If other people are willing to let your macros (hamme=
rs and
> > > nails as you call them) run you can manipulate their settings however=
 you
> > > like.
>
> > > Sub AutoOpen()
> > > With ThisDocument
> > > =A0 .TrackRevisions =3D True
> > > =A0 .ShowRevisions =3D False
> > > End With
> > > End Sub
>
> > > I would not suggest doing this in this case or ever doing it without
> > > advising the user of the actions. =A0You should also take steps to en=
sure the
> > > users original settings are restored.
>
> > >PeterT.Danielswrote:
> > > > You can'tcontrol the settings on other people's copies of Word.
>
> > > > But you could send out Word files that don'thave anyone else's
> > > > tracked changes/comments in them, and when you get back each one,
> > > > combine them (Review tab > Compare > Combine, repeat as necessary).
>
> > > > On Nov 17, 1:16 am, Jugglertwo <Juggler...@discussions.microsoft.co=
m>
> > > > wrote:
> > > >> I would like to hide the tracking changes in Word 2007 as a docume=
nt
> > > >> is passed from user to user.
> > > >> Presently, every time a user opens the file that I have sent them,
> > > >> the file opens showing all the tracking changes. I would like it t=
o
> > > >> Open and not show the tracking changes and just have the user do
> > > >> their changes. the users are getting confused by all the markups.
> > > >> I have tried the procedures mentioned which are:
> > > >> 1) Trust Center - Privacy Options
> > > >> 2) remove check for "Make hidden markup visible when opening or
> > > >> saving"
> > > >> Is the procedure that I listed supposed to work?
> > > >> What will work?
> > > >> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
> > > >> Jugglertwo--

> Mr. Daniels,
>
> You decide what you can't do. Let the rest of us determine for
> ourselves what we can and can't do. =A0Fair enough?-
0
Peter
11/18/2009 1:53:32 PM
I don't see where Greg ever suggested engaging in Mind Control. He wrote,
"If other people are willing to let your macros...run you can manipulate
their settings however you like." This is absolutely true even though it is
a big IF. And I imagine he is bottom-posting so that only the curious (you)
will bother to read his answers, and the rest of us who are trying to help
users here (not to mention the users who are trying to get help) will not be
distracted by your childish feud. Or it could just be that his newsreader 
bottom-posts by default; he is not the only one routinely bottom-posting 
here.

-- 
Suzanne S. Barnhill
Microsoft MVP (Word)
Words into Type
Fairhope, Alabama USA
http://word.mvps.org

"Peter T. Daniels" <grammatim@verizon.net> wrote in message
news:88ddcba3-8eea-49cf-bdf2-bc58c3b9b5be@z7g2000vbl.googlegroups.com...
If you think you can engage in Mind Control, you're even more
delusional than usual.

And you might also apply yourself to learning the convention that in
this newsgroup, top-posting is the norm.

On Nov 17, 10:34 pm, Greg Maxey <gma...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Nov 17, 8:51 pm, "Peter T. Daniels" <gramma...@verizon.net> wrote:

> > You can'tcontrol other people's "will."
>
> > On Nov 17, 4:19 pm, "Greg Maxey"
>
> > <gma...@mIKEvICTORpAPAsIERRA.oSCARrOMEOgOLF> wrote:
> > > Mr.Daniels,
>
> > > > You can'tcontrol the settings on other people's copies of Word.
>
> > > Yes you can. If other people are willing to let your macros (hammers
> > > and
> > > nails as you call them) run you can manipulate their settings however
> > > you
> > > like.
>
> > > Sub AutoOpen()
> > > With ThisDocument
> > > .TrackRevisions = True
> > > .ShowRevisions = False
> > > End With
> > > End Sub
>
> > > I would not suggest doing this in this case or ever doing it without
> > > advising the user of the actions. You should also take steps to ensure
> > > the
> > > users original settings are restored.
>
> > >PeterT.Danielswrote:
> > > > You can'tcontrol the settings on other people's copies of Word.
>
> > > > But you could send out Word files that don'thave anyone else's
> > > > tracked changes/comments in them, and when you get back each one,
> > > > combine them (Review tab > Compare > Combine, repeat as necessary).
>
> > > > On Nov 17, 1:16 am, Jugglertwo
> > > > <Juggler...@discussions.microsoft.com>
> > > > wrote:
> > > >> I would like to hide the tracking changes in Word 2007 as a
> > > >> document
> > > >> is passed from user to user.
> > > >> Presently, every time a user opens the file that I have sent them,
> > > >> the file opens showing all the tracking changes. I would like it to
> > > >> Open and not show the tracking changes and just have the user do
> > > >> their changes. the users are getting confused by all the markups.
> > > >> I have tried the procedures mentioned which are:
> > > >> 1) Trust Center - Privacy Options
> > > >> 2) remove check for "Make hidden markup visible when opening or
> > > >> saving"
> > > >> Is the procedure that I listed supposed to work?
> > > >> What will work?
> > > >> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
> > > >> Jugglertwo--

> Mr. Daniels,
>
> You decide what you can't do. Let the rest of us determine for
> ourselves what we can and can't do. Fair enough?-

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Suzanne
11/18/2009 2:35:11 PM
I said "You can't control the settings on other people's computers."
He said "Yes you can."

If they don't want to run your macros on their computers, the only way
you could force them to is by exerting Mind Control.

Please continue to observe who starts the fights. If he had a better
suggestion for Jugglertwo, he could have replied to Jugglertwo's
message, but instead of offering any such suggestion, he chose to
start a fight.

On Nov 18, 9:35=A0am, "Suzanne S. Barnhill" <sbarnh...@mvps.org> wrote:
> I don't see where Greg ever suggested engaging in Mind Control. He wrote,
> "If other people are willing to let your macros...run you can manipulate
> their settings however you like." This is absolutely true even though it =
is
> a big IF. And I imagine he is bottom-posting so that only the curious (yo=
u)
> will bother to read his answers, and the rest of us who are trying to hel=
p
> users here (not to mention the users who are trying to get help) will not=
 be
> distracted by your childish feud. Or it could just be that his newsreader
> bottom-posts by default; he is not the only one routinely bottom-posting
> here.
>
> --
> Suzanne S. Barnhill
> Microsoft MVP (Word)
> Words into Type
> Fairhope, Alabama USAhttp://word.mvps.org
>
> "Peter T. Daniels" <gramma...@verizon.net> wrote in messagenews:88ddcba3-=
8eea-49cf-bdf2-bc58c3b9b5be@z7g2000vbl.googlegroups.com...
> If you think you can engage in Mind Control, you're even more
> delusional than usual.
>
> And you might also apply yourself to learning the convention that in
> this newsgroup, top-posting is the norm.
>
> On Nov 17, 10:34 pm, Greg Maxey <gma...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > On Nov 17, 8:51 pm, "Peter T. Daniels" <gramma...@verizon.net> wrote:
> > > You can'tcontrol other people's "will."
>
> > > On Nov 17, 4:19 pm, "Greg Maxey"
>
> > > <gma...@mIKEvICTORpAPAsIERRA.oSCARrOMEOgOLF> wrote:
> > > > Mr.Daniels,
>
> > > > > You can'tcontrol the settings on other people's copies of Word.
>
> > > > Yes you can. If other people are willing to let your macros (hammer=
s
> > > > and
> > > > nails as you call them) run you can manipulate their settings howev=
er
> > > > you
> > > > like.
>
> > > > Sub AutoOpen()
> > > > With ThisDocument
> > > > .TrackRevisions =3D True
> > > > .ShowRevisions =3D False
> > > > End With
> > > > End Sub
>
> > > > I would not suggest doing this in this case or ever doing it withou=
t
> > > > advising the user of the actions. You should also take steps to ens=
ure
> > > > the
> > > > users original settings are restored.
>
> > > >PeterT.Danielswrote:
> > > > > You can'tcontrol the settings on other people's copies of Word.
>
> > > > > But you could send out Word files that don'thave anyone else's
> > > > > tracked changes/comments in them, and when you get back each one,
> > > > > combine them (Review tab > Compare > Combine, repeat as necessary=
).
>
> > > > > On Nov 17, 1:16 am, Jugglertwo
> > > > > <Juggler...@discussions.microsoft.com>
> > > > > wrote:
> > > > >> I would like to hide the tracking changes in Word 2007 as a
> > > > >> document
> > > > >> is passed from user to user.
> > > > >> Presently, every time a user opens the file that I have sent the=
m,
> > > > >> the file opens showing all the tracking changes. I would like it=
 to
> > > > >> Open and not show the tracking changes and just have the user do
> > > > >> their changes. the users are getting confused by all the markups=
..
> > > > >> I have tried the procedures mentioned which are:
> > > > >> 1) Trust Center - Privacy Options
> > > > >> 2) remove check for "Make hidden markup visible when opening or
> > > > >> saving"
> > > > >> Is the procedure that I listed supposed to work?
> > > > >> What will work?
> > > > >> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
> > > > >> Jugglertwo--
> > Mr. Daniels,
>
> > You decide what you can't do. Let the rest of us determine for
> > ourselves what we can and can't do. Fair enough?--
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Peter
11/18/2009 6:19:25 PM
Peter T. Daniels wrote:
> I said "You can't control the settings on other people's computers."
> He said "Yes you can."
>
> If they don't want to run your macros on their computers, the only way
> you could force them to is by exerting Mind Control.
>
> Please continue to observe who starts the fights. If he had a better
> suggestion for Jugglertwo, he could have replied to Jugglertwo's
> message, but instead of offering any such suggestion, he chose to
> start a fight.
>
> On Nov 18, 9:35 am, "Suzanne S. Barnhill" <sbarnh...@mvps.org> wrote:
>> I don't see where Greg ever suggested engaging in Mind Control. He
>> wrote, "If other people are willing to let your macros...run you can
>> manipulate
>> their settings however you like." This is absolutely true even
>> though it is
>> a big IF. And I imagine he is bottom-posting so that only the
>> curious (you)
>> will bother to read his answers, and the rest of us who are trying
>> to help
>> users here (not to mention the users who are trying to get help)
>> will not be
>> distracted by your childish feud. Or it could just be that his
>> newsreader
>> bottom-posts by default; he is not the only one routinely
>> bottom-posting
>> here.
>>
>> --
>> Suzanne S. Barnhill
>> Microsoft MVP (Word)
>> Words into Type
>> Fairhope, Alabama USAhttp://word.mvps.org
>>
>> "Peter T. Daniels" <gramma...@verizon.net> wrote in
>> messagenews:88ddcba3-8eea-49cf-bdf2-bc58c3b9b5be@z7g2000vbl.googlegroups.com...
>> If you think you can engage in Mind Control, you're even more
>> delusional than usual.
>>
>> And you might also apply yourself to learning the convention that in
>> this newsgroup, top-posting is the norm.
>>
>> On Nov 17, 10:34 pm, Greg Maxey <gma...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>>> On Nov 17, 8:51 pm, "Peter T. Daniels" <gramma...@verizon.net>
>>> wrote:
>>>> You can'tcontrol other people's "will."
>>
>>>> On Nov 17, 4:19 pm, "Greg Maxey"
>>
>>>> <gma...@mIKEvICTORpAPAsIERRA.oSCARrOMEOgOLF> wrote:
>>>>> Mr.Daniels,
>>
>>>>>> You can'tcontrol the settings on other people's copies of Word.
>>
>>>>> Yes you can. If other people are willing to let your macros
>>>>> (hammers and
>>>>> nails as you call them) run you can manipulate their settings
>>>>> however you
>>>>> like.
>>
>>>>> Sub AutoOpen()
>>>>> With ThisDocument
>>>>> .TrackRevisions = True
>>>>> .ShowRevisions = False
>>>>> End With
>>>>> End Sub
>>
>>>>> I would not suggest doing this in this case or ever doing it
>>>>> without advising the user of the actions. You should also take
>>>>> steps to ensure the
>>>>> users original settings are restored.
>>
>>>>> PeterT.Danielswrote:
>>>>>> You can'tcontrol the settings on other people's copies of Word.
>>
>>>>>> But you could send out Word files that don'thave anyone else's
>>>>>> tracked changes/comments in them, and when you get back each one,
>>>>>> combine them (Review tab > Compare > Combine, repeat as
>>>>>> necessary).
>>
>>>>>> On Nov 17, 1:16 am, Jugglertwo
>>>>>> <Juggler...@discussions.microsoft.com>
>>>>>> wrote:
>>>>>>> I would like to hide the tracking changes in Word 2007 as a
>>>>>>> document
>>>>>>> is passed from user to user.
>>>>>>> Presently, every time a user opens the file that I have sent
>>>>>>> them, the file opens showing all the tracking changes. I would
>>>>>>> like it to Open and not show the tracking changes and just have
>>>>>>> the user do their changes. the users are getting confused by
>>>>>>> all the markups. I have tried the procedures mentioned which
>>>>>>> are: 1) Trust Center - Privacy Options
>>>>>>> 2) remove check for "Make hidden markup visible when opening or
>>>>>>> saving"
>>>>>>> Is the procedure that I listed supposed to work?
>>>>>>> What will work?
>>>>>>> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
>>>>>>> Jugglertwo--
>>> Mr. Daniels,
>>
>>> You decide what you can't do. Let the rest of us determine for
>>> ourselves what we can and can't do. Fair enough?--

Mr. Daniels,



Held off about 24 hours to ensure you were quite finished sputtering and 
spanking yourself.



What he said, she said, you said is right in front of anyone who cares to 
read it. What is it that has set your hair on fire and has you babbling and 
barking at the moon about mind control anyway?



Could it be that once again you have demonstrated that you don't know as 
much about Word as you think you do and lacking the humility to accept this 
shortcoming you foam at the mouth and whine about being picked on?



Your statement, "You can't control the settings on other people's copies of 
Word." is just another one of your uninformed opinions that is not supported 
by facts.



For a man of languages and letters you certainly struggle with the pairing 
of the two common English letters "i' and "f" and the meaning that they 
convey when paired to form "if."  It is really a simple concept. For 
example:



IF "other people are willing" THEN "you can control the settings on their 
copy of Word."


Simple isn't it?



Other than to mention that I don't promote hiding revisions while a document 
is being passed through multiple users, I don't have a suggestion, better or 
otherwise, for Jugglertwo.   My post was not directed at Jugglertwo.  When I 
don't have a suggestion or correct answer I have the sense to leave the 
question to those who do.  That is a habit that you might consider adopting. 
My post was directed at you. If you continue to post your uninformed 
opinions as statements of fact then don't whimper when your statements are 
challenged.



While we are making observations, observe that what you call "picking a 
fight" is actually the unfortunate consequence of your own behavior and a 
fight of your own making.  Your very own unprovoked, arrogant and offensive 
comments about MVP courtesy requirements posted here in this newsgroup were 
born of your own free will weren't they?  Or perhaps you were being 
subjected of mind control on that day.



Cheers


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Greg
11/19/2009 9:14:45 PM
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