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Brijesh Bhaskaran wrote:
> 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
Clayton Cornell wrote:
> 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.
Another way to do this would be to use Maker's "Conditional Text".
Most templates already have a "Comment" conditon defined.
You can add whatever character options you want to the condition,
and it will be easy to hide your comments later to see what the
document looks like without them.
Elliott C. "Eeyore" Evans eeyore+ -at- cmu -dot- edu
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