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I have just started using ID again. Somewhat knowlegeable. When I make a change to text, the entire text box is highlighted. I don't want to see any highlights! I have read all help docs, tried to change preferences to turn it off, tried everything. I have right clicked everything trying to find options to turn it off. Text is still highlighted!!I am doing a book with lots of photos and a small amount of text under the photos or quotes occassionally. I don't need to track changes! HELP!!  Thanks!

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This is the Preference that Bob is referring to:

 

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There‘s also the Style Override Highlighter:

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Turn Off Track Changes

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I have just started using ID again. Somewhat knowlegeable. When I make a change to text, the entire text box is highlighted. I don't want to see any highlights! I have read all help docs, tried to change preferences to turn it off, tried everything. I have right clicked everything trying to find options to turn it off. Text is still highlighted!!I am doing a book with lots of photos and a small amount of text under the photos or quotes occassionally. I don't need to track changes! HELP!!  Thanks!

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Correct answer by rob day | Adobe Community Professional

This is the Preference that Bob is referring to:

 

Screen Shot 13.png

 

There‘s also the Style Override Highlighter:

Screen Shot 14.png

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Are you sure it's track changes? If i remember correctly the highlight for track changes are shown in the Story Editor and not the normal view in InDesign.

Can you share a sample document to troubleshoot.

 

-Manan

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That is most certainly NOT track changes. Please post a screenshot.

More than likely is something is set to display in your composition preferences.

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This is the Preference that Bob is referring to:

 

Screen Shot 13.png

 

There‘s also the Style Override Highlighter:

Screen Shot 14.png

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