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Old July 13th 10, 11:04 PM
AidenH AidenH is offline
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I am using Word 2003. I am working on a document that is not originally mine. I need to accept all changes, but because the doc is password protected, I cannot accept any changes (or reject any changes for that matter). The original author is unavailable so I cannot get the password. I just want to accept all changes made. How can I do this?

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