How to Add a Comment in Word 2013
What can you do to get comments into your text? The best way: You use the comment feature in Word 2013. To shove a comment into your document, follow these steps:
Select the chunk of text on which you want to comment.
Be specific. Although you may be tempted to select the entire document, only the first few words of a longer chunk are necessary.
On the Review tab, click the New Comment button in the Comments group.
Several things happen. First, a Comments box appears by the selected text. You also see a cartoon bubble (shown in the margin), which is a visual indication that a comment exists somewhere in the text.
Type your comment and press the Esc key when you’re done typing the comment.
You can also close the comment: Click its Close (X) button. Or just click the mouse outside the Comments box.
The comments and the markup area stay visible until you hide them.
You cannot undo a comment. Comments can only be deleted.
Even if you change your mind and don’t write a comment, the comment stays. Its text is empty, but it’s still a comment.
Other readers and editors and various meddlers can comment on your comments. Click the button shown in that figure to add a comment to the comment. Names appear by each comment so that you know whom to blame.
You can edit the comments the same as you edit any text in Word.