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Using the Highlight Tool

As in earlier versions of Word, the Highlight tool is available for use in Word 2003, and its functionality remains the same. One minor difference regarding the Highlight tool in Word 2003 compared to Word 2002 is that you can access the tool from the Reviewing toolbar. Highlighting calls attention to important or questionable text in documents, as illustrated in Figure 27-2. Highlighting parts of a document works best when the document is viewed online, although you can use highlighting in printed documents if necessary. When you use the Highlight tool, the main tasks you’ll perform are adding, removing, finding, and replacing highlighting. The next few sections briefly describe these procedures.

Figure 27-2. You can use the Highlight tool to draw attention to particular information in your Word document when you’re collaborating with others.



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