Split "track" and "revoke" functionality
As we sometimes see the need for revoking access to a content, but not necessarily tracking of it (due to privacy reasons), it would be great if these two functionalities are not bundled but can be enabled separately. The workaround to enable the "do not track" company wide, and hence use the revocation could work, but still the button label "Track and Revoke" may mislead the users.
A longtime collaborator and I are working on a manuscript. He has Word 365. I have my private version of Word. Recently, our many-times-edited manuscript copies have come to me in some bizarre state in which I can no longer use Track Changes. The workaround is painful and frustrating.
First, be assured that Track Changes is On, on my status bar. There must be an RMS other revoke issue.
I can get around this by carving out pages to a new file, then jimmying various settings in random order and eventually getting to a version in which Track actually does track.
Quack, Quack, Dudes? I've been using Word for at least 30 years. Why ***** it up now?