Markup area word как убрать

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Read the article about how to Turn Track Changes on or off:

Turn off change tracking

When you turn off change tracking, you can revise the document without marking what has changed. Turning off the Track Changes feature does not remove any changes that have already been tracked.

Important To remove tracked changes, use the Accept and Reject commands on the Review tab in the Changes group.

  • On the Review tab, in the Tracking group, click the Track Changes image.

To add a track changes indicator to the status bar, right-click the status bar and click Track Changes. Click the Track Changes indicator on the status bar to turn track changes on or off.

Sincerely,
Max Meng

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I would be surprised if this were a Word issue. I am no expert with this kind of stuff but, as I understand it, Windows or (more likely) your graphics card are probably to blame.

Thanks for the reply Tony Jollans. For reference my graphics chipset is "ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2400 XT." This is being driven by the AMD Catalyst 11.2 drivers.

Is this issue happened all the time since you ever installed the MS Word or it just occurred recently?

And here is the instruction to trouble shoot with common issue:

First, try to start the Office program in safe mode.

1. Click Start, point to All Programs, and then point to Microsoft Office.
2. Press and hold the CTRL key, and then click the Office program you want to start.

If the problem does not occur in the safe mode, this issue might be related to some third-party add-ins in the Office program, we can try to disable them. Normally, you could do the following to disable the conflict add-ins in your Office program:

Disable add-ins
1. Click File menu, click Options > Add-in, click Go button in the Manage: Com-in Add.
2. Check if there are any add-ins, clear the checkbox to disable them.
3. Close the Office program and restart it.
4. Add one check back each time to the list of Add-In, restart the Office program, and repeat the above procedure. Once the issue reappears again, we can determine which add-in causes this problem and then disable it.

However, if the problem persists after this, we might need to repair the Office program from Control Panel > Programs and Features, right click the Office program and choose Change, then Repair.

Sincerely,
Max Meng

Come back and mark the replies as answers if they help and unmark them if they provide no help.

We are changing the issue type to "Comment" because you have not followed up with the necessary information. If you have more time to look at the issue and provide more information, please feel free to change the issue type back to "Question" by editing your initial post and changing the radio button at the top of the post editor window. If the issue is resolved, we will appreciate it if you can share the solution so that the answer can be found and used by other community members having similar questions.

Sincerely,
Max Meng

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The Track Changes feature was not enabled when this defect was encountered.

Thanks for the general troubleshooting advice. The test system is using the EndNote X4 add-in. I did not see any evidence that this add-in is contributing to the issue, however I will try disabling it and see if the problem reappears.

If anyone else sees this visual artifact in combination with either of the following please post, as that may indicate that this issue is an interaction effect with one of the following:

How is everything going?

Sincerely,
Max Meng

Come back and mark the replies as answers if they help and unmark them if they provide no help.

I have been unable to idenitfy a sequence of activities to reliably reproduce this error. This makes troubleshooting difficult. I will follow-up if I identify a method to reproduce this issue reliably.

I recently got to a new machine with very similar specs: Win7 (64bit), MS Word 2010 (32bit) and EndNote X4. I just hat the exact same problem ("Markup Area" tooltip which wouldn't go away until I quit Word). My Video Card is an NVidia Quadro FX 850, so I guess EndNote X4 is a hot candidate for causing that problem.

Thanks for reporting the configuration for your test "Jonas HD." I'll assume this is an issue caused by EndNote X4 and try working without that add-in from now on. If I see this behavior again with EndNote X4 removed then I will repost.

I recently got to a new machine with very similar specs: Win7 (64bit), MS Word 2010 (32bit) and EndNote X4. I just hat the exact same problem ("Markup Area" tooltip which wouldn't go away until I quit Word). My Video Card is an NVidia Quadro FX 850, so I guess EndNote X4 is a hot candidate for causing that problem.


I have a similar configuration - Win7 64bit, MS Word 2010 64bit, and EndNote X5.

Exact same issue - this is the only add-on that I have installed yet on this brand new machine. Starting Word in safe-mode (holding Ctrl key as explained in another post here) did the trick for now.

Actually I noticed some more issues - I have my cursor randomly jump if I don't type for a while, and the view suddenly jumps from print layout into draft mode. This is absolutely annoying as you might end back on page one while you were reviewing page 168 of a thesis . go find where you left off !

I'll follow up if I run into issues in safe mode as well.

Problem is easily reproducable and quite annoying:

1. Open MS Office 2010 Word

2. Create a document with at least 2-3 pages for scrolling to become possible

3. Insert e.g. a diagram - standard diagram with default dataset is OK. Close Diagram editor.

4. When mouse is over the diagram's area - say on the border of the diagram, a tooltip appears: "Diagram Area", in other cases it might be "Markup area" etc.

5. Start scrolling down, and the tool tip will move along.

This is very annoying if working with documents filled with diagrams and other inserted objects.

I don't believe it would be graphics or third party plugin problem. Every instance of MS Office 2010 on a wide variety of PCs I've tried had the same glitch. Turning off tooltips doesn't help, that optino turns off some other tooltips, but not these.

Problem is easily reproducable and quite annoying:

1. Open MS Office 2010 Word

2. Create a document with at least 2-3 pages for scrolling to become possible

3. Insert e.g. a diagram - standard diagram with default dataset is OK. Close Diagram editor.

4. When mouse is over the diagram's area - say on the border of the diagram, a tooltip appears: "Diagram Area", in other cases it might be "Markup area" etc.

5. Start scrolling down, and the tool tip will move along.

This is very annoying if working with documents filled with diagrams and other inserted objects.

I don't believe it would be graphics or third party plugin problem. Every instance of MS Office 2010 on a wide variety of PCs I've tried had the same glitch. Turning off tooltips doesn't help, that optino turns off some other tooltips, but not these.

Sincerely,

David

Yes, I am also finding the issue in MS Word 2010 as described by David above.

Tooltips like "Plot Area", "Chart Area" appear and keep on moving all over the document wherever I go. When I try to hover over the tip, the tip disappears for a moment but moving the mouse again brings it back.

I tried FIND, REPLACE (Go To), but couldn't figure out where those names were assigned so that I could change it.

It is very irritating. The problem is it hides text of the document and we have to move hands from keyboard to mouse to move mouse, to make this tool tip change place.

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To remove comments from a document, go to the Review tab's Comments section and click the bottom half of the Delete button; in the menu, click Delete All Comments in Document. (You can delete one comment at a time by clicking in the comment and then clicking the top half of the Delete button.)

To remove tracked changes, go to the Review tab's Changes section and click the bottom half of either the Accept button or the Reject button, depending on whether you want to apply the changes to the document or return to the document's original state. Then in the menu, click Accept All Changes and Stop Tracking or Reject All Changes and Stop Tracking. (Again, you can remove tracked changes one at a time by going to them and clicking the top half of the Accept button or the Reject button.)

If you want to keep the comments and/or tracked changes in the document but print without the markup, go to File > Print, open the first dropdown under the "Settings" heading, and uncheck the Print Markup item near the bottom of the list.

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In my previous post, I have encounters a problem in Microsoft Word 2013 where the markup area (a huge blank space on the right hand side which is colored in light silver / gray color) keep on pop-up whenever I tries to print my word document or I save my document to PDF format. Instead hiding it every time whenever I tries to print the document, I have found a way to completely remove it.

MarkupArea

First, how does this happen? It is probably you or some one had added a comment in your word document but you didn’t realize about it. User can add comment on document by simply right click and select New Comment. Since it is pretty simple, you might accidentally click on it without realize it.

AddCommentInWord

Step 1: Open the word document which have this kind of problem. Goto Review tab on top.

reviewtab

Step 2: Make sure the All Markup is selected in the Tracking menu. Now, click the Next button in the Changes menu.

markupandnext

Step 3: Now the word should show your the comment which you or some one added in the document.

CommentInWord

Step 4: Right-click on the comment and select Delete Comment in order to delete the comment.

deletecomment

Step 5: Repeat Step 2 to Step 4 until all comments are deleted.

Nomorecomment

Step 6: Remember to save your word document. By default, the markup area will be hidden when you open it the next time.

Hope this small tips can help you get rip of the trouble whenever you print your word documents, especially those documents which require a lot of editing like research thesis.

The blog where I share my thoughts, knowledges and experiences with the world

In my previous post, I have encounters a problem in Microsoft Word 2013 where the markup area (a huge blank space on the right hand side which is colored in light silver / gray color) keep on pop-up whenever I tries to print my word document or I save my document to PDF format. Instead hiding it every time whenever I tries to print the document, I have found a way to completely remove it.

MarkupArea

First, how does this happen? It is probably you or some one had added a comment in your word document but you didn’t realize about it. User can add comment on document by simply right click and select New Comment. Since it is pretty simple, you might accidentally click on it without realize it.

AddCommentInWord

Step 1: Open the word document which have this kind of problem. Goto Review tab on top.

reviewtab

Step 2: Make sure the All Markup is selected in the Tracking menu. Now, click the Next button in the Changes menu.

markupandnext

Step 3: Now the word should show your the comment which you or some one added in the document.

CommentInWord

Step 4: Right-click on the comment and select Delete Comment in order to delete the comment.

deletecomment

Step 5: Repeat Step 2 to Step 4 until all comments are deleted.

Nomorecomment

Step 6: Remember to save your word document. By default, the markup area will be hidden when you open it the next time.

Hope this small tips can help you get rip of the trouble whenever you print your word documents, especially those documents which require a lot of editing like research thesis.

Read the article about how to Turn Track Changes on or off:

Turn off change tracking

When you turn off change tracking, you can revise the document without marking what has changed. Turning off the Track Changes feature does not remove any changes that have already been tracked.

Important To remove tracked changes, use the Accept and Reject commands on the Review tab in the Changes group.

  • On the Review tab, in the Tracking group, click the Track Changes image.

To add a track changes indicator to the status bar, right-click the status bar and click Track Changes. Click the Track Changes indicator on the status bar to turn track changes on or off.

Sincerely,
Max Meng

Come back and mark the replies as answers if they help and unmark them if they provide no help.

I would be surprised if this were a Word issue. I am no expert with this kind of stuff but, as I understand it, Windows or (more likely) your graphics card are probably to blame.

Thanks for the reply Tony Jollans. For reference my graphics chipset is "ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2400 XT." This is being driven by the AMD Catalyst 11.2 drivers.

Is this issue happened all the time since you ever installed the MS Word or it just occurred recently?

And here is the instruction to trouble shoot with common issue:

First, try to start the Office program in safe mode.

1. Click Start, point to All Programs, and then point to Microsoft Office.
2. Press and hold the CTRL key, and then click the Office program you want to start.

If the problem does not occur in the safe mode, this issue might be related to some third-party add-ins in the Office program, we can try to disable them. Normally, you could do the following to disable the conflict add-ins in your Office program:

Disable add-ins
1. Click File menu, click Options > Add-in, click Go button in the Manage: Com-in Add.
2. Check if there are any add-ins, clear the checkbox to disable them.
3. Close the Office program and restart it.
4. Add one check back each time to the list of Add-In, restart the Office program, and repeat the above procedure. Once the issue reappears again, we can determine which add-in causes this problem and then disable it.

However, if the problem persists after this, we might need to repair the Office program from Control Panel > Programs and Features, right click the Office program and choose Change, then Repair.

Sincerely,
Max Meng

Come back and mark the replies as answers if they help and unmark them if they provide no help.

We are changing the issue type to "Comment" because you have not followed up with the necessary information. If you have more time to look at the issue and provide more information, please feel free to change the issue type back to "Question" by editing your initial post and changing the radio button at the top of the post editor window. If the issue is resolved, we will appreciate it if you can share the solution so that the answer can be found and used by other community members having similar questions.

Sincerely,
Max Meng

Come back and mark the replies as answers if they help and unmark them if they provide no help.

The Track Changes feature was not enabled when this defect was encountered.

Thanks for the general troubleshooting advice. The test system is using the EndNote X4 add-in. I did not see any evidence that this add-in is contributing to the issue, however I will try disabling it and see if the problem reappears.

If anyone else sees this visual artifact in combination with either of the following please post, as that may indicate that this issue is an interaction effect with one of the following:

How is everything going?

Sincerely,
Max Meng

Come back and mark the replies as answers if they help and unmark them if they provide no help.

I have been unable to idenitfy a sequence of activities to reliably reproduce this error. This makes troubleshooting difficult. I will follow-up if I identify a method to reproduce this issue reliably.

I recently got to a new machine with very similar specs: Win7 (64bit), MS Word 2010 (32bit) and EndNote X4. I just hat the exact same problem ("Markup Area" tooltip which wouldn't go away until I quit Word). My Video Card is an NVidia Quadro FX 850, so I guess EndNote X4 is a hot candidate for causing that problem.

Thanks for reporting the configuration for your test "Jonas HD." I'll assume this is an issue caused by EndNote X4 and try working without that add-in from now on. If I see this behavior again with EndNote X4 removed then I will repost.

I recently got to a new machine with very similar specs: Win7 (64bit), MS Word 2010 (32bit) and EndNote X4. I just hat the exact same problem ("Markup Area" tooltip which wouldn't go away until I quit Word). My Video Card is an NVidia Quadro FX 850, so I guess EndNote X4 is a hot candidate for causing that problem.


I have a similar configuration - Win7 64bit, MS Word 2010 64bit, and EndNote X5.

Exact same issue - this is the only add-on that I have installed yet on this brand new machine. Starting Word in safe-mode (holding Ctrl key as explained in another post here) did the trick for now.

Actually I noticed some more issues - I have my cursor randomly jump if I don't type for a while, and the view suddenly jumps from print layout into draft mode. This is absolutely annoying as you might end back on page one while you were reviewing page 168 of a thesis . go find where you left off !

I'll follow up if I run into issues in safe mode as well.

Problem is easily reproducable and quite annoying:

1. Open MS Office 2010 Word

2. Create a document with at least 2-3 pages for scrolling to become possible

3. Insert e.g. a diagram - standard diagram with default dataset is OK. Close Diagram editor.

4. When mouse is over the diagram's area - say on the border of the diagram, a tooltip appears: "Diagram Area", in other cases it might be "Markup area" etc.

5. Start scrolling down, and the tool tip will move along.

This is very annoying if working with documents filled with diagrams and other inserted objects.

I don't believe it would be graphics or third party plugin problem. Every instance of MS Office 2010 on a wide variety of PCs I've tried had the same glitch. Turning off tooltips doesn't help, that optino turns off some other tooltips, but not these.

Problem is easily reproducable and quite annoying:

1. Open MS Office 2010 Word

2. Create a document with at least 2-3 pages for scrolling to become possible

3. Insert e.g. a diagram - standard diagram with default dataset is OK. Close Diagram editor.

4. When mouse is over the diagram's area - say on the border of the diagram, a tooltip appears: "Diagram Area", in other cases it might be "Markup area" etc.

5. Start scrolling down, and the tool tip will move along.

This is very annoying if working with documents filled with diagrams and other inserted objects.

I don't believe it would be graphics or third party plugin problem. Every instance of MS Office 2010 on a wide variety of PCs I've tried had the same glitch. Turning off tooltips doesn't help, that optino turns off some other tooltips, but not these.

Sincerely,

David

Yes, I am also finding the issue in MS Word 2010 as described by David above.

Tooltips like "Plot Area", "Chart Area" appear and keep on moving all over the document wherever I go. When I try to hover over the tip, the tip disappears for a moment but moving the mouse again brings it back.

I tried FIND, REPLACE (Go To), but couldn't figure out where those names were assigned so that I could change it.

It is very irritating. The problem is it hides text of the document and we have to move hands from keyboard to mouse to move mouse, to make this tool tip change place.

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