Sharing & Collaboration Tools in Word 2010 for Windows

Word 2010 (Windows)    |    Intermediate
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Word 2010 lets you work with others on the same document. Discover how to work with collaboration tools, and examine the various methods available for sharing and publishing your document.


  • Sending your document via email
    Sharing your document via onedrive
    Tracking changes in a document
    Comparing two documents
  • Merging multiple documents
    Inserting a comment
    Publishing your document online
    Publishing your document on a blog


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    If you want to send your document to a colleague, you can use the Word 2010 integrated email function. This tool automatically creates a new email in your default email client and adds your document as an attachment. You can even specify the file format that you want to send. FREE ACCESS
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    OneDrive is Microsoft's online storage drive. Users can use OneDrive to store their documents online, in the cloud, giving them access to them from any device with an internet connection. Your OneDrive storage space can be accessed via Word 2010. This is very useful if you want to share a document with other colleagues in your workplace. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Tracking changes in a document in Word 2010 for Windows
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    When there are a lot of individuals working on the same shared document, it is important to keep track of the changes that have been made. In Word 2010, you can use the track changes tool to make sure that any changes that are made are highlighted in the document. These changes can then be viewed, accepted and rejected on an individual basis. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Comparing two documents in Word 2010 for Windows
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    If you have multiple versions of a document, you can use the compare function in Word 2010 to visualize exactly how your two files differ. If the track changes mode has not been used, then the compare function is a good way of revising your final version. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Merging multiple documents in Word 2010 for Windows
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    If you have multiple versions of a particular document and you want to create a definitive version, you can use Word 2010's compare and combine tools. These tools allow you to merge the two versions that you have created and decide exactly how the different modifications are integrated. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  Inserting a comment in Word 2010 for Windows
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    If there are multiple individuals working on your document, you may find the comment tool a useful way of collaborating and coordinating your additions and modifications. You can use the comment tool to leave notes or questions attached to particular text passages or images in your Word 2010 document. These comments can be viewed by every user with access to the shared document. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Publishing your document online in Word 2010 for Windows
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    You can use Word 2010 to create a web page version of your document, which you can then use to manually upload to your website. To do this, you can save your document in HTML or MHTML format. FREE ACCESS
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    8.  Publishing your document on a blog in Word 2010 for Windows
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    If you run your own blog, you can link it to Word 2010 and quickly put it online. All you need to do is identify your blog (WordPress or Blogger, for example) and use the publishing tools. FREE ACCESS


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