WordPerfect Office X3 User Guide
When moving through the document from change to change,
you cannot move through subsections, such as headers, footers,
If you save a reviewed document in another file format — for
example, Rich Text Format (.rtf files) — the document will not be
in review mode when you open it. The reviewer’s remarks will be
lost because the added text (red) and the deleted text (strikeout)
revert to regular text. Therefore, make sure that all changes are
incorporated before you save the document to a different file
You can also incorporate a reviewer’s changes in a subdocument
by clicking in the subdocument and then clicking the Next
button to move from change to change.
Routing a document allows you to send a document for an online
review to several reviewers in a specified order. In this routing process,
the document is sent to one reviewer at a time, so that each reviewer
sees the changes made by each of the previous reviewers. When you
route a document, it is inserted in an e-mail as an attachment. You must
have an e-mail client, such as WordPerfect MAIL, installed on your
computer for this option to work.
To route a document, you must create a routing slip. The routing slip
allows you to specify the recipients of the document and the order in
which they will receive the document.
A reviewer who receives a routed document can make changes and
revisions to the document. The reviewer can then save the changes,
close the document, and send it to the next reviewer listed on the
routing slip. Alternatively, a reviewer can wait before sending the
document to the next reviewer or can reassign a routed document to
another reviewer listed on the routing slip.