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#182 Adding comments to a Word document

A couple of days ago we looked at how Word’s track changes feature could be used to keep a record of what has been amended in your document (See #178 Reviewing a document? Track your changes! . However, sometimes you want to add a bit more information around the change or query something that has been written, this is where Comments is really handy!

Comments can also be used to give your students feedback on their work, as they can also comment on your comments, a student’s reflection can also be captured in this way.

If you’ve not used comments before, take a look, it’s really easy to use:

For more Word hints and tips, check out our other #1minuteCPD videos.

Featured Image: “Comments” by THOR licenced under CC BY 2.0

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