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> If the tag name is a person's name, you can simply press Ctrl-4, move cursor
> to message bar area, and type "John" or whatever.
Here's a tip to simplify Amy's idea even further: Assign a numerical
value to each condition tag, such as:
this would allow each reviewer to enter only 1 character (number,
actually) in most cases to specify their condition tag. The conditional
tags, in conjunction with the compare documents feature, should take care
of just about everything.