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Is Openoffice's track changes function compatible with Word?
I'm editing a document for a trial for a job involving proofreading. I use OpenOffice on this PC, though I think I have an old copy of MS Office on a desktop that I don't really use except for media (and doesn't actually have a desk next to it).
The client wants me to track changes in the document I edit. Can I do this in Openoffice and expect them to be viewable in MS Word?
I figure I could take a bear.