How about saving the changed document under a different name;
when I'm unsure of changes, I'll save a document with a -
following the name then
when I return to the documents I have the first, unchanged
one, and the working one with that - following it.
In this way, you can make any number of changes by merely adding
additional -s (or choose any character);
these will all be saved together so you can promptly see how
Just another KISs solution ;-)
From: Alan B <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 7:18 PM
Subject: [libreoffice-users] Writer "record changes" feature
To: "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
With the "record changes" feature turned on and the "show changes" feature
enabled any changes made to a Writer document are clearly seen.
If the "show changes" feature is disabled the original document is
displayed. The changes are not lost and the document with edits can be
displayed by once again enabling the "show changes" feature.
Is there a way to display the changed document, as if all edits are
accepted, *without* accepting the changes?? IOW, "show changed document".
If there is I haven't discovered it yet.
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