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How do I add a comment to a document

What path do I take

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Question by:Anthony Lucia
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Dan Craciun earned 2000 total points
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Go to Review->New comment.

Or, if you modify the document, go to Review->Track changes.

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Dan
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QUICK ANSWER: In Word 2013, you can right-click anywhere in the document, and then select "New Comment".  That feature is not in Word 2010.

DETAILED ANSWER: Dan is correct.  I built a few screenshots to give you more details.  See the attached JPG picture.  The picture shows Word 2010, but the technique works the same way in Word 2013.  The picture also shows you how to delete and print with/without comments.  I thought it might be helpful because once you put in a comment you don't necessarily want to be stuck with it forever...Inserting, Deleting and Hiding Comments in Word 2010 and 2013
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