Incorporating Annotations into Your Document
Annotations are notes that you can enter in your document. You can annotate input expressions and text. By default, the notes are not displayed; however, they can be made visible by moving your mouse over an annotated item.
Why Use Annotations
How to Incorporate Annotations
Annotations can contain information such as content author, content origin or purpose, and more.
Annotations are incorporated by using the Format > Annotations menu option.
To annotate text or an input expression:
1. In the worksheet, select the text or expression for which you want to create an annotation.
2. From the Format menu, select Annotations > Annotate Selection. A text field opens. Click in the text field and enter the required annotation information.
When complete, click in the worksheet to close the text field. The annotated item is highlighted in the worksheet with an outline.
3. To verify the annotation, hover the mouse over the annotated item. The content is displayed.
To edit an annotation:
1. Place the cursor in the annotated text or expression.
2. From the Format menu, select Annotations > Edit Annotation. The text field opens displaying the original content of the annotation. Click in the text field and edit as necessary.
3. Click in the worksheet to close the text field.
To delete an annotation:
2. From the Format menu, select Annotations > Delete Annotations.
To show or hide annotation highlighting:
1. From the View menu, select Show/Hide Contents.
2. In the Show Contents dialog, clear the Annotation Markers check box. No annotations will be highlighted, but the content will still display when you hover over an annotation with the mouse.
3. To highlight annotations again, return to the Show Contents dialog and select the Annotation Markers check box.
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