In order for the package to work, do the following:

• create a `trackchanges.sty` file containing the code at the bottom of this post
• add `\usepackage{trackchanges}` to the preamble of your article
• `\removed{the text you want to remove}` will result in red strike through text
• `\added{new text}`will result in green new text
• `\changed{new text}{old text}`will combine the two above, new text will have the added markup, old text the removed markup

When building your `.tex` document twice, change bars will also be added in the margin of the document.

The snippet of code:
```\NeedsTeXFormat{LaTeX2e} \ProvidesPackage{trackchanges}[2013/02/20 tvandenbrande style for track changes in the elsevier template] \RequirePackage{changebar} \RequirePackage{xcolor} \RequirePackage{ulem}```


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## One thought on “Highlighting changes in LaTeX”

1. mijn paper is ondertussen online beschikbaar, voor zij die niet zo van regen houden is er ook een stukje LaTeX code: http://t.co/5C9QFkGQja