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Default Can I insert comment for multiple rows in a table?

I can insert comment for multiple lines for general paragraphs but cannot
apply the same for tables. Can I do that?
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If you select several rows before inserting the comment, the text is not all
highlighted/bracketed, I take it? If you can't do it, then I imagine it
can't be done.

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I can insert comment for multiple lines for general paragraphs but cannot
apply the same for tables. Can I do that?


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The rows in the table have been highlighted before inserting the comment.


"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

If you select several rows before inserting the comment, the text is not all
highlighted/bracketed, I take it? If you can't do it, then I imagine it
can't be done.

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Microsoft MVP (Word)
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Fairhope, Alabama USA
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I can insert comment for multiple lines for general paragraphs but cannot
apply the same for tables. Can I do that?



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"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:
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If you select several rows before inserting the comment, the text is =

not
all highlighted/bracketed, I take it? If you can't do it, then I =

imagine it
can't be done.



"Florence" wrote:
The rows in the table have been highlighted before inserting the =

comment.


Hi Florence,

How have you highlighted them? Maybe you missed selecting the end-of-row =
markers.
If I highlight (select) the rows by click-dragging on the left, or with =
"Table Select Rows", I can insert comments for them in Word2003.

Regards,
Klaus
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"Klaus Linke" wrote:

"Suzanne S. Barnhill" wrote:

If you select several rows before inserting the comment, the text is not
all highlighted/bracketed, I take it? If you can't do it, then I imagine it
can't be done.



"Florence" wrote:
The rows in the table have been highlighted before inserting the comment.



Hi Florence,

How have you highlighted them? Maybe you missed selecting the end-of-row markers.
If I highlight (select) the rows by click-dragging on the left, or with "Table Select Rows", I can insert comments for them in Word2003.

Regards,
Klaus


Thanks Klaus,

I got what you mean. In another words, I can insert comments for one or
more completed rows but not a range of cells.

Regards,

Florence


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In many word processing and spreadsheet programs, including Microsoft Word and Excel, you can add fnaf comments to individual cells in a table. This allows you to provide additional information or explanations for specific data points within the table.
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