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Posted on 2014-01-22
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Hi Experts,

Is it possible for me to print a MS Word document without the comments, but for the areas where the comments are attached to be highlighted?

I know how to print with and without comments, but when I print with comments it is too small. I just want to print it normal size, but can easily know where I have comments so I can look them up.

Thank you
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Question by:APD_Toronto
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Chang the Track Changes mode to 'Show Revisions Inline'.
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by:APD_Toronto
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Where is that? I am using Word 2010.
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by:APD_Toronto
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Never mind, found it!

Thanks!
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by:Steven Harris
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Sorry, the comment notification was slow to reach me!

For anyone else looking for the same solution:

Review tab > Tracking container > Show MarkupBalloonsShow All Revisions Inline

I'm glad you got it sorted out!
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