StrikeThrough

* It is very important to put the document back into the correct view when you have finished with strikethrough. If you are not sure what view the document is in, use the Hide Strikethrough menu on the EditMarks palette.

To use StrikeThrough get the document into the correct view. If using revisions make sure the revision menus are showing the correct view.

Once the correct view has been selected choose the Show StrikeThrough from the menu on the EditMarks palette.

StrikeThrough is destructive. We recommend that you backup your document before going into StrikeThrough mode and once you have finished with that view revert to the saved document.

If your document contains a style sheet called StrikeThrough the StrikeThrough text will use that style sheet.

If you are using revisions you can have style sheets named 'StrikeThrough1', 'StrikeThrough2' etc. When a delete is being displayed in revision 2 and you have a style sheet named 'StrikeThrough2' the text will use that style sheet.

To use the StrikeThrough style sheets you will need to create a para and character style.

 EditMarks Redlining Track Changes Strikethrough
Some text about to be deleted.

 EditMarks Redlining Track Changes Strikethrough
The text has now been deleted and is showing in caret view.

 EditMarks Redlining Track Changes Strikethrough
We are now in StrikeThrough mode. The StrikeThrough style sheet has a colour Magenta, the red StrikeThrough line is drawn by EditMarks.

A delete can contain deletes made at different revisions EditMarks tries to determine the base revision level for the delete and use the style sheet for that revision.

It is very important to put the document back into the correct view when you have finished with strikethrough.