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Changing Comment Bubble Colors

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Is there a way to change the colors of comment bubbles? In Word 2000, the

highlights are yellow. In Word 2004 for Mac they're blue. But in Word 2003,

they show up as pink. And I loathe pink.

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    • The color is sequential. Mine started with light blue, then went to light

      green, and so on. The first user/author gets the first color. Second

      "commentator" gets the next color and so on. If you are pink, then change

      your initials to something else and you'll get a new color. Excerpt:

      "Comments in documents

      On the Tools menu, click Options, and then click the User Information tab.

      In the Initials box, type the initials or name that you want to use in your

      own comments.

      Notes

      The information you type in the User Information dialog box is used by all

      Microsoft Office programs. Therefore, any changes you make to these settings

      will affect other Office programs..."

      "Belinda" wrote:

      > Is there a way to change the colors of comment bubbles? In Word 2000, the

      > highlights are yellow. In Word 2004 for Mac they're blue. But in Word 2003,

      > they show up as pink. And I loathe pink.

      #1; Sun, 01 Jun 2008 17:30:00 GMT