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Insert Comments
Insert
Comments
You can add comments to your documents to
make a note to yourself about a particular
section or task, or as a note for other users to
see. For example, if you share your documents
with other users, you can use comments to leave
feedback about the text without typing directly
in the document. Word displays comments in a
balloon (assuming you are using Print Layout
view) or in the Reviewing pane.
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Insert Comments
Add a Comment
1 Click or select the text where you
want to insert a comment.
2 Click the Review tab on the
Ribbon.
3 Click the New Comment button.
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A comment balloon appears.
4 Type your comment.
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