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Word 2013 For Dummies by Dan Gookin

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Chapter 26

Let’s Work This Out

In This Chapter

arrow Sticking comments in a document

arrow Highlighting text

arrow Drawing on your document

arrow Finding changes in a document

arrow Tracking changes in a document

arrow Reviewing document changes

Writing isn’t considered a team sport, but it can be. Eventually, writers encounter collaboration, welcome or not. Often it comes in the form of an editor, but occasionally others chime in. To assist in that task, Word gives you some work-it-out-together tools. They help you share ideas, point out issues that need attention, and even see who has done exactly what to your precious text.

Comments on Your Text

How can you get comments into your text? I can think of two ways.

The silly way: You type a comment (something you don’t intend to include in the final document) in ALL CAPS. Or you color the text red or blue. You add parentheses or square brackets around the text. These ...

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