For reasons of privacy, there is a setting in Microsoft Word that tells Word to warn you any time you save or print a document that contains tracked changes. TariffShark saves a lot of documents that contain tracked changes, so having to deal with the confirmation dialog can be rather tiresome.
The setting can be found under Privacy Options and, depending on the version of Microsoft Word you use, looks exactly or something like this:
Some TariffShark users have reported that after unchecking the “Warn before printing…” privacy option, it appears checked the next time they go into Microsoft Word. It turns out that this option can be established by software policy, thus disabling users’ ability to change it.
For some users, we have found that a registry entry can be used to uncheck the “Warn before printing…” box.
For Microsoft Word 2010, create or update the REG_DWORD entry named
fWarnRevisions_1125_1 setting it to 0 (meaning unchecked) which can be found under registry key
For Microsoft Word 2013, create or update the REG_DWORD entry named
fWarnRevisions_1125_1 to 0 (meaning unchecked) which can be found under registry key
If you need assistance applying this fix or are interested in more details, contact TariffShark Support.