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When editing a Word document (i.e., strike-throughs, additional words/punctuation, etc.), it is my understanding that my edits/markups should NOT be visible in "Final" mode, only "Final Showing Markup." Still, it appears my markups are visible in "Final."

In addition, under "Privacy Settings," the box "Make hidden markup visible when opening or saving" is UNCHECKED...



Anyone know what could be the issue? Thanks.
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