At other times, you might want to compare two versions of a document and simply look at the differences between the two documents or take advantage of the new revision features for tables.
Microsoft Office Word 2007 Inside Out By Katherine Murray, Mary Millhollon, and Beth Melton Katherine Murray has authored and coauthored more than 40 computer books with several Microsoft Office titles to her credit, including Faster Smarter Microsoft Office System—2003 Edition, First Look Microsoft Office 2003, Faster Smarter Microsoft Office XP, and Microsoft Word Version 2002 Inside Out.
She is also a columnist on the Microsoft Office Community site on
Katherine specializes in teaching people and businesses how to communicate effectively by using print and electronic media.
Mary Millhollon is an expert Web designer, developer, and content specialist with years of experience in the publishing industry, including books, magazines, newspapers, and courseware.
She is also a writer, editor, and instructor who has authored and coauthored several popular books about Microsoft Office and the Web, including Microsoft Word Version 2002 Inside Out and Faster Smarter Web Page Creation. Beth Melton has been a computer instructor and developer since January 1995.
Along with developing custom Microsoft Office solutions for a wide range of clients and instructing computer classes for local area colleges, she writes regularly on the Microsoft Office applications for Web sites including Microsoft Office Online, Tech Trax Online Magazine, The Word MVP Site, and the Microsoft Knowledge Base.
Beth has been a Microsoft Office MVP since 2000 and is a Microsoft Office Specialist Master Instructor.
To learn more about other books on the 2007 Microsoft Office system, visit Microsoft Press.
As you probably know, many finished documents (including this book!
) reflect the efforts of a group of people who worked together to create a polished product.
For example, you might be involved with a single document that was written by an author, modified by an editor, commented on by a technical reviewer, and inspected and approved by a project manager.