Document.Versions extends the functionality of Word to allow users to create multiple versions of a document and store those versions within the document itself. Once the user has created one or more versions, she can manage them by changing version properties (like title and description), deleting a specific version or all versions, restore the active document to a previous version, as well as export versions to separate documents. Document.Versions also supports the ability to import any other Word 2007 document into the active document. Versions that you have created can be sorted by date or name and each version includes a thumbnail of the first page of each version. The thumbnail provides a helpful reminder of the contents of that version and is easily viewed in the Version Viewer. The software also allows the user to do a side-by-side comparison of any version with the active document.
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