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This one is pretty simple... Create a new character tag (using the
Character Designer). Call it Comment or something that makes sense to
you. Set the Color to Red or some other color that stands out and check
the Change Bars box. To make it stand out more, you could also set the
Weight to Bold and the Angle to Oblique. Add your comments to the
document and set them to your new Comment character tag. Whizz bang,
your comments stand out.
Brijesh Bhaskaran wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> I have a Frame document and I have to add comments to this document. Is
> there a way where I can make my comments appear in a different text
> I know there is this change bar option, but I am looking at changing the
> text color as I write my comments.
> Please Help!
> Thanks in advance,
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