Written by Allen Wyatt (last updated November 21, 2023)
This tip applies to Word 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016, 2019, and Word in Microsoft 365
Lorraine produces numerous large documents (several hundreds of pages long) in her company. These are circulated internally for review, with everyone using Track Changes and inserting comments. Lorraine wonders if there is a way to print just the pages with corrections and/or comments, as she likes to have a printed version of any comments received.
There is no direct way to only print pages that have changes or comments on them. There is a workaround that you may find helpful, however. Follow these steps:
What you end up with is a printout of the various pages in your document that have markup (comments or changes) on them. Note that this is simply a list of pages; it is not the actual pages. Now you can choose to print out those pages:
This may seem a bit clunky, but it is unfortunately the best that can be done natively within Word. If you have a common need to print pages that just include changes, you might consider an add-in to handle this for you. One suggested by some readers is this DocTools add-in:
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