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I know how to make comments appear on the right side of the document. But is there a way to list down all comments made in the document so I see all of them at once instead of scrolling down the entire doc looking for them?

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Here are two answers (with some overlap):

Step 1: On the “Review” tab, in the “Tracking” panel, go into the “Show Markup” dropdown
and clear everything but “Comments”, like this:
        enter image description here
(If you don’t have any tracked changes (other than comments) you can skip this step.)

and then either

Step 2A: Still in the “Tracking” panel, enable a “Reviewing Pane”, like this:
        enter image description here
… and you’ll get something like this:
                         enter image description here


Step2B: Print “List of markup”, like this:
        enter image description here
Output is similar to what you get in the Reviewing Pane.

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Excellent! Thanks! – supertonsky Apr 11 '13 at 2:45

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