Preserving Tracked Changes in PDF or Word Output

If you have tracked changes in Flare, you can preserve the changes so they are visible when you generate PDF or Word output.

You may want to use tracked changes in a PDF or Word document for a number of reasons. The most common reason to use tracked changes is for internal review processes. For example, if you have many reviewers who only review content occasionally, you may want to use tracked changes in PDF or Word so the reviewers can use familiar software. This may help to speed up the review process.

Another reason to preserve tracked changes in PDF or Word is if you need the reader to see changes in a document. By preserving changes in PDF or Word output (and by using change bars, if necessary), the reader can easily locate new material.