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I know that I can compare two versions of a document and see the
changes from the original to the updated version.

My question is, is it possible to record the changes in the updated

Say, I made a copy of or the original, then edited the copy with
track changes off, and now I change my mind and want to have the track
changes to be part of the newer version. So I'd like to ask LibreOffice
to compare the updated document with the original *and* record all the
differences as if track change was always on.



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