Let's define editing. We define editing as making revisions to and suggestions about the content of a document, focusing on improving the accuracy of language, flow, and overall readability, as well as checking for grammar and spelling. In other words, editing involves a detailed review of a paper.
In this way, how do I edit a document in Word?
Final Showing Markup is the default option in the Display for Review box.
- Open the document that you want to revise.
- On the Review tab, in the Tracking group, click the Track Changes button.
- Make the changes that you want by inserting, deleting, moving, or formatting text or graphics.
Why is editing and formatting a document important?
Documents are prepared to read by others. Considering the easiness to read, formatting have a big role in making the reader interested to read. Also the reader should be able to extract required information from the document as it is meant to. Formatting is much important.
How do you enable editing on a Word document?
To open all your documents in full editing mode in Word 2013 or Word 2010, just follow these simple steps.
- Click the File tab in the upper left corner.
- Select Options.
- Select Trust Center in the left pane.
- Click Trust Center Settings.
- Select Protected View.
- Uncheck all three options under Protected View and Click Ok.