Track Changes off but Red Line Appears in Margin

Explorer ,
Jun 07, 2017

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I'm converting some giant PDF docs to FrameMaker. I've got Track Changes disabled but I still have this red line in the margin (that looks like it's indicating a change).

How do I get rid of this when I create a new .ps and .pdf?

Thanks!

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Barb Binder Adobe Community Professional , Jun 07, 2017
Format > Document > Change Bars > Clear All Change Bars

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Format > Document > Change Bars > Clear All Change Bars

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Hooray! Thanks, Barb. I'm going to pretend that didn't make me feel like a real dum dum.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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LOL. Glad I could help!

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Adobe Community Professional ,
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Oh Sherry, Barb never does that! She's great!

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Thanks, Jeff, nor do you!

(But I'll confess, I do spend some every day thinking I'm a dum dum. There's just so much to learn—from my software, the forums, and life! Keeps it interesting, though, right? )

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Agreed! I've just started at this new post and I'm the only one who's ever used FM. Great in that I'm suddenly the SME but scary that I can't just IM my boss and say, "Help!"

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But you can always say it to us!  

And congratulations on the new job!

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Thanks!

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