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Printing comments in margins Because a fellow RedHat employee requested it on Friday, LibreOffice Writer 4.3 will be able to print comments in the margin effectively as they appear on screen, which should take care of the old fdo#36815 feature request. There is now an additional "place comments in margin" option in the print dialog (and writer print options). On screen the comments are placed outside the real page area, so to actually get them onto the paper when printing, the contents of the page needs to be scaled down by approximately 75% of its original size to make space to fit the comments in. Here's the additional comment place option in the print dialog Here's some sample pdf output

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