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Picture Yourself Learning Microsoft® Word® 2010 by Diane Koers

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Working with Comments

MANY REVIEWERS of your documents may have input that requires explanation beyond short in-text tweaks or may have questions that need to be addressed outside of the content of what you’ve written. In such cases, you can encourage reviewers to use Word’s Comments feature. Comments are notes or questions that reviewers can add to the document. The comments appear in balloons in the Markup Area by default in Print Layout and Web Layout views. In Draft view, you can see comments by displaying the Reviewing Pane (Review > Tracking > Reviewing Pane) or by moving the mouse over the comment marker to display the comment in a ScreenTip, as shown in Figure 16-11.

Figure 16-11. Viewing a comment.

Adding Comments

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