formatting comment bubbles in Word 2003

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ronniedesousa

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Comments in bubbles are normally single spaced. Sometimes, they appear as double spaced -- which takes up too much room -- as do tracked changes. I have found no way to correct this. It apparently depends on settings on the original file (since one is usually commenting on a file set up by someone else). WHERE IS THIS CONTROLLED?
 
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for a comment, place your cursor in the comment, right-click and go to font, character spacing, position, Set that to 0. (That is the only way I know to make a comment appear spaced more).
For tracked changes, I know of no way to make them be formatted differently - they do not take their formatting from how the page is formatted, so having a double-spaced document does not make them double spaced.
 
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