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    Tracked Changes - Comments (XP)

    Can comments ONLY be printed (like in Excel)? Thanks!

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    Re: Tracked Changes - Comments (XP)

    Not sure if this is what you want, but you could select all the text (Edit/Select All) and then hide it (Format/Font, check Hidden) and then unhide after printing the comments.

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    Re: Tracked Changes - Comments (XP)

    Alternatively, in the Print Box you can choose List of Markup from the Print What dropdown, but this will print changes as well.

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    Re: Tracked Changes - Comments (XP)

    This macro will print all comments to the active printer...
    <font face="Georgia">
    Public Sub PrintComments()
    Dim docOriginal As Document
    Dim docTemp As Document
    Dim cmntTemp As Comment

    Set docOriginal = ActiveDocument
    Set docTemp = Documents.Add
    For Each cmntTemp In docOriginal.Comments
    docTemp.Content.InsertAfter cmntTemp.Range.Text & vbCrLf
    Next cmntTemp
    docTemp.PrintOut
    docTemp.Close SaveChanges:=False

    Set docTemp = Nothing
    Set docOriginal = Nothing

    End Sub
    </font face=georgia>
    StuartR

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    Re: Tracked Changes - Comments (XP)

    Thanks, Tony... thank you Stuart. The best solution for our situation was the macro, although I was hoping not to have to resort to a macro and that Word had some hidden command I wasn't aware of to accomplish this.
    Thanks again.

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