When several people are collaborating on a Microsoft Word document, they can insert comments and revision features making the process of editing much easier.
It enables the team to view changes to the document while reading the comments and critiques.
While you may print the content of the document along with the comments, it is also possible to print the comments alone.
Printing only the comments has its own advantages. Once the editing process is over, it is customary to remove the comments to allow the document to look more presentable.
Before removing the comments, you may want to preserve a hard copy of the comments and suggestions for later review with your collaborators.
Word allows printing the entire document along with the comments or printing only the comments. While printing the comments alone,
Word also allows displaying selective comments for printing.
Simply follow the steps below.