Set the Show Notes” field on the print settings. When you print the page that the track changes appear on, you can easily see at the bottom what was in the Word and then edit as described below. Mar 13, 2023 — Open a file in Word, and at the very bottom of the toolbar. Click the Track Changes… button on the right, and set the field name and press the Add button. · Once you are in the Edit” pane for that file, click the Document tab, and on the “Pages” field choose ‐Number of pages to print, pages per page, pages to top of page May 20, 2023 — Save the file, and then on the bottom menu under the File name, choose Print. Click the Start” button. Click the PDF> –print” menu, and check all four check boxes. That's it. You have printed your document on four-page spaces, and when you print a new one, the word in the document is now in track changes. Note that PDF files from the web that you open on your computer and copy to the printer, or that you download and have printed from the web are all tracked. When you open a PDF in Word, and a file is tracked for a change, it appears in the PDF, but not in the Word document on your computer. You have a choice. You can ignore what is in the PDF and let the change be lost when you print the PDF, even if you are in the PDF in Word. Or, that change is saved in the Word file. But, I like having the track changes, so to keep track of the changes, I save it as a Word file with tracked changes. You can click Add, and change the name of the PDF with my track_changes-marked-word file as the file name. And then, when I print the PDF, at the bottom of the PDF, I am in track changes again. May 31, 2023 — Save a document to PDF in Word first. For this I add a Options>PDF> add to PDF” page, and then choose save as PDF, then choose the PDF” name. Then, all I have to do, once I choose Open, I have track changes in the PDF.