Inserting and reading comments


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Inserting and reading comments

Collaborating on documents is important for many people and there have been some improvements to how you collaborate on documents in Word 2013 beginning with a feature that I really like, the commenting feature. We're going to work with this file called No Obstacles Recipes Collaboration. And you can see when you open this up something happens over here on the right-hand side. This is called the mark up area. And if there are comments that have already been added to a document this area opens up. This is where your comments go. So, if we wanted to for example insert a comment on a file that we might be working on with someone else, all we have to do is click anywhere in the document where we want to add the comment.

If we wanted to comment, for example, on the formatting of this subtitle, we could click next to it, or if you prefer, you could click and drag across the entire title, so it's clear that we're commenting on the entire paragraph in this case. And now, we're g...

Inserting and reading comments
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Inserting and reading comments provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by David Rivers as part of the Office 2013 New Features

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