Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Several things happen. First, a Comments box appears by the selected text, similar to the
one shown in Figure 26-1 . You also see a cartoon bubble (shown in the margin), which is a visual
indication that a comment exists somewhere in the text.
Figure 26-1: Comments on a text passage.
3. Type your comment.
Jot down your thoughts.
4. Press the Esc key when you’re done typing the comment.
You can also close the comment: Click its Close (X) button (refer to Figure 26-1 ) . Or just click
the mouse outside the Comments box.
The comments and the markup area stay visible until you hide them; hiding comments is covered in
the next section.
You cannot undo a comment. Comments can only be deleted, as covered later in this chapter.
Even if you change your mind and don’t write a comment, the comment stays. Its text is empty,
but it’s still a comment.
Other readers and editors and various meddlers can comment on your comments, shown later,
in Figure 26-2 . Click the button shown in that figure to add a comment to the comment. Names
appear by each comment so that you know whom to blame.
You can edit the comments the same as you edit any text in Word.
Displaying comments
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