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Special Edition Using Microsoft® Word 2000 by Bill Camarda

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Working with Comments

It's a classic problem: How do you make (or invite) comments in a document without introducing text changes that have to be undone later? The solution is Word's Comments tool (called Annotations in Word 95 and earlier versions).

With Comments, you have a way of annotating your document that doesn't get in your way while you edit and format your document. Then, when you're ready, your inserted comments are easy to view, print, and resolve. To insert a comment, either click where you want your comment to appear, or select the text that relates to the comment you want to make, then press Alt+Ctrl+M, or click the Insert Comment ...

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