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Default How do I save tracking changes when saving .doc as .txt?

I have track changes active in Word 2002 as it's needed for my job. I need to
save the .doc document as a .txt document in order to send it out but the
changes I make with track changes aren't included in the .txt file, only the
original text. Is there any way to carry through the changes made in the .doc
file into the .txt file?

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mishmash wrote:
I have track changes active in Word 2002 as it's needed for my job. I
need to save the .doc document as a .txt document in order to send it
out but the changes I make with track changes aren't included in the
.txt file, only the original text. Is there any way to carry through
the changes made in the .doc file into the .txt file?

Thanks



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