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error in the comment pane when using microsoft word

Posted on 2015-01-13
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hello everyone,

If you check the uploaded document you will see that the comments appear to be in pink. the teacher is asking how to remove that pink ? I tried to copy the content to another fresh new word page but I couldn't fix the issue. It looks like that a student mess up the template. so the teacher is complaining that in every pc she install this documents all her comment come up in pink even in her Mac PC. I am looking for someone that can "Restore the comment pane back to original" which mean black. But also a step by step guide on how to restore the remaining documents. There are 14 students and many documents needs to be fixed so if you please provide an easy step by step guide I will be able to help this teacher to fix this annoying issue. thank you very much.
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Go to Home - Styles - and right-hand click on "Normal".

Modify...

Change the pink color to black.

Select "New documents based on this template".

Click OK.
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by:Italiabella
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WOW Phillip WOW !! :)

Thank you so much.
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Prego.
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:)
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