||Conferences & Workshops. Like it or not, its likely that someday you will have to create a document with a team of individuals. For example, you might write a draft of a letter, have your manager review it, make changes to it, and get it back. Then you go back to the document, make the changes, and then send the document to its final destination. The folks at Microsoft realized that people often need to work together when creating documents, so they included a whole slew of features that enable several people to work together to create and update a document. Word includes tools such as track changes and comparing documents that allow you to examine suggested changes and choose whether or not to include them in the final draft.