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initials. The text you originally selected now appears marked with a yellow high-
light. Type your comment; press F6 to return to the main (upper) pane of the docu-
ment window (or just click there).
If you plan to make more than a few comments, however, you may ﬁnd it more
convenient to open the Reviewing toolbar, which lets you add a comment with a
single click. After highlighting the text you’d like to praise, criticize, or deconstruct,
proceed as follows:
1. Choose View→Toolbars→Reviewing.
The Reviewing toolbar opens.
2. Click the Insert Comment button on the Reviewing toolbar (see Figure 5-1).
Word splits your window, showing the Comments pane at the bottom.
3. Type your comment; click back in the upper pane of the document window to
return to it.
You can also press F6 to toggle between the two panes.
4. When you’re ﬁnished adding comments, close the Comments pane by clicking
its close button or by pressing Shift-Control-C.
Top: A document showing the
highlighting that designates
comments, as well as the split-
window Comments pane.
When you point to a high-
lighted phrase, the comment
appears at your cursor tip in a
Circled at bottom: the TRK
indicator on the window’s
status bar. Double-clicking it
represents the quickest way to
turn change tracking on and
Bottom: The Reviewing toolbar.