When you're working on a collaborative project over the internet, it can be hard to coordinate the writing and editing tasks between you and your team members. Keeping track of multiple file versions, who changed what, and who wrote which comments can be a nightmare.
Fortunately, most word processors offer a handful of features that make it easier to collaborate on projects digitally. In the following tutorial, we will look at these features and how they can be used in the writing process.
Begin by saving this document to your computer, and opening it in Microsoft Word or OpenOffice. We will work with this document for the first part of the tutorial.
Now, which word processor are you using? Please click the appropriate box below to continue.
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