|You want a presentable document, am I right? This can be a tedious job but with the help of some editing tools found in Microsoft Word 97/2000, it becomes quite do-able indeed.|
Inevitably, during the course of your writing, you will find the need to mark your
place in the manuscript. You'll want to know where you exited the project plus you'll want to return to earlier parts of your story to put it all together.
Comments can be edited and deleted as needed. Pressing the "Delete" icon with the red X in the "Comments" toolbar will remove the comment.
Once you have several comments inserted,
you can maneuver within your document, using the blue forward and back arrows in the comments toolbar.
Click "View" in the top toolbar
Click "Reviewing" to place the "Comments" toolbar on your screen. To hide the "Comments" toolbar, go back into "View," "Toolbars," and click "Reviewing" again. "Reviewing" is its name in Word 2000+ but it is called "Comments" in Word 97.
Click the yellow folder (with a star) in the "Comments" toolbar.
Type a note to yourself.
Click the close button and you're good to go.
©2001 Copyright Judith Robbins