August 25, 2015

2010 Microsoft Word Remove Editor Comments

Step 1:
To remove editor comments, open your document in Microsoft Word 2010 and click on the Review tab.
Locate the Review Tab in Word 2010
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Step 2:
In the screenshot below, the Track Changes icon is illuminated, indicating that the Track Changes feature is enabled. If Track Changes is illuminated in your document, you must disable this feature before you can remove editor comments.
Verify the Track Changes Feature is Disabled
Step 3:
Click on the Track Changes icon to disable Track Changes. In the screenshot below, notice that the Track Changes icon is no longer illuminated.
If Illuminated, Disable Track Changes
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Step 4:
You must address all of the proposed changes before deleting editor comments. For instructions on using Microsoft Track Changes, go to 2010 Microsoft Word Track Changes Instructions.
To delete a comment after it has been addressed, place your cursor at the beginning of the document and click the Next icon.
1) Accept or Reject Track Changes 2) Remove Editor Comments
Step 5:
This will bring you to the first editor comment. Notice that the first editor comment is now highlighted. To remove this comment, click the Delete icon, outlined in red below.
Click Delte to Remove an Editor Comment
Step 6:
In the screenshot below, notice that the first editor comment has been deleted. The cursor will automatically advance to the next comment. Repeat Step 5 to delete the remaining comments.
Editor Comment Has Been Deleted
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