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    Anyone know how to document critique comments with WORD?

    Discussion in 'The Art of Critique' started by GingerCoffee, Jul 4, 2014.

    I know there's a way to do it. I've done it before myself but can't remember how. It had something to do with "track changes" but I think it was more than that. You should be able to insert comments into the original like cartoon bubbles.
     
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    Hooray! I found it. Thanks! :D
     
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    By "document critique comments" do you mean cut and paste members' input from the Workshop and insert it as comments into your typescript? WordPerfect, which I use, has a Comment balloon feature, and I see from the link above that MS Word does, too.

    But hey, this is something I hadn't thought of before. People have taken the time to give me detailed critiques on my submissions, and though I may think I've addressed all the valid issues, it's easy to forget and let some things slide. But if I had the critiques accessible right there in my MS, I'd be able to refer to them without having to return to the WF site. Thanks, @GingerCoffee, this is a great idea.
     
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