#608 More tips when adding comments to a Word document

In a previous post, #182 Adding comments to a Word document we looked at how the comment function worked in Word. In this post, we look at a few keyboard shortcuts to make adding comments even easier.

So if like me you like a good keyboard shortcut, the way to add a comment to your Word document with just the keyboard is Ctrl + Alt + M (Cmd + Alt +A on a Mac). Not that intuitive but works great when you have lots of comments to add to a document!

Additionally, if your comments always end up in Times New Roman and you want to change that quickly, use the shortcut Ctrl + Shift + S (on Windows). This is a shortcut to defining styles in Word. Click Modify, change the font, select ‘New documents based on this template’, then click OK.


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