Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Inserting a Comment
Adding Comments
Inserting a Comment
Adding comments to a document is easy; it takes just a couple of steps:
1. Highlightthetextyou’recommentingon(ifyoudon’tselectanytext,Word
selectsitforyou,highlightingthewordimmediatelyafterthecursor).Select
Review NewComment(Alt,R,C).
What happens next depends on the view you’re in:
In Draft and Outline views, the Reviewing pane opens, as shown in
Figure 9-2.
In Print Layout and Web Layout views, a balloon appears in the right
margin, as shown in Figure 9-3.
In either case, Word assigns the comment a number and puts the cursor in the
spot where you can offer your feedback.
Figure 9-2:
In Draft view,
when you insert a
comment, Word
automatically opens
the Reviewing pane.
Comments appear at
the top of the pane
(circled), along with
any tracked changes
(223) in the
document.
Reviewing pane
2. Typeyourcomment.Whenyou’refinished,clickanywhereinthedocument.
In Draft and Outline views, the Reviewing pane stays open until you close it.
In Print and Web Layout views, Word dims the highlighting and the comment
balloon to show that the comment isn’t active right now. Comments are marked
in the text with highlighting and your initials.
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