If several people are involved in proofing some work, it is easier to use comments boxes than relying on changes indicated in emails or on the document itself
If you are working with several people on a document in Word you probably want some way of keeping notes about changes or feedback along with the document. Trying to do this with emails makes it easy to miss stuff and hidden text will spoil the layout of the document.
The answer is to add comments to the document. These are text boxes that appear to the side of the document, linked to text but without affecting it in any way. Comment boxes are marked with the name set up in Office so you always know who made them and numbered so they are easy to refer to.
To add a comment, click in the location of the document that you want to talk about, click on the Review tab and the New Comment in the Comments section of the Ribbon. Type your comment and click back in the document to resume normal editing.
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