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Chapter 10. Using Office on a Tablet PC > Using Ink to Add Annotations and Comm...

Using Ink to Add Annotations and Comments

You can freely ink anywhere on a Word document, PowerPoint slide, or Excel document. The most common reason to do so is to mark up an electronic document, just as you would add handwritten comments to a printed copy of that document. These freehand comments, which sit in the drawing layer on top of any text in the text layer, are called annotations. In addition, Word allows you to add handwritten comments that appear in balloons when viewed in Print Layout view.

→ For details on how to work with Word's comments and other revision-tracking features, seeSharing Documents,” p. 488.



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