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I'm not sure that there is an option in Track Change Options that does what I want.Say I've received a document from another party that has revisions and that those revisions are highlighed in red (because the person used track changes). My objective is to review those revisons and to decided if I accept them or not, or suggest something different. I would then send the draft back to the other person for their consideration of my revisions that are now highlighted in red (or any other colour for that matter).When reviewing the other person's document, and that document has deleted text that is highlighted in track changes, it's often the case that I want to reject that deletion using the 'Reject' button in track changes. That text then appears as normal, unhighlited text again. But what I want to happen is for that text to appear as if I had added it back in. That is, I want the rejected text to appear as highlighted red text in track changes so that the other party will know that I have reinstated that text (i.e. to bring it to their attention that I rejected their deletion to ensure that they are aware of it).Is there a method to do this in Word 2010? It may not be possible, but if it is, I'd like to know how.