Not because I used it, because the mobile device is getting more powerful, more common and more useful as a business tool. Blog readers are now subscribing to and reading blogs using mobile phones and PDAs. While converting all of your web pages, blog posts and RSS feeds to mobile standards may well make sense, it looks like a pretty big undertaking. A fairly new service called Winksite allows you to easily turn your current blog RSS feed into a version that can be consumed very nicely by mobile readers.
But, Microsoft Word, one of the most popular editors in the Windows world, does little to facilitate this iterative refinement of the document.
Although Microsoft word provides "review" functionality that keeps track of changes in the document, using reviewing functionality makes the document cluttered and messy. Further, Microsoft Word does not provide common functionalities such as comparing, merging, or identifying differences between different versions of the document.
Managing multiple versions of a software code written in java, C, etc is a well established technology in the software development world. One such tool that facilitate managing multiple version of the software code is SVN. Yesterday, after getting frustrated with the limited capability of the Microsoft word in managing multiple version of the document, I thought of using SVN.
After Googling and searching on blogs, I found that SVN along with TortoiseSVN can be used to setup a free home-made document management system for maintaining word documents. To get you an idea of the power of this free document management system, below is the image of the Microsoft Word that shows different version of the same document.
Notice "new addition" in the title. The image below shows the 1. The current document on which I am working lower right panel 2. The previous version of the same document upper right panel 3. Changes in the document. New additions are shown in Red Color middle panel 4. Only changes left panel Step by Step instructions to setup Microsoft word document management system 1.by Justin McLaughlin Digital & Social Media Specialist Heros.
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