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I am relatively new to LaTeX which is why even though I have tried to read up on \newcommand and various ways of how to use it, I still can't get the code to work.

Here's the gist of it: I'm using \marginpar a lot for commentary next to text in a scrbook document.

So I redefined it to save time, space and make the code more readable in general like this: \newcommand{\sn}[1]{\marginpar{#1}} which works fine.

However, I would like all the commentary to be in bold. So I tried: \newcommand{\sn}{textbf{\marinpar{#1}}} which sadly doesn't work at all.

I have tried various combinations and defining a suitable command via two steps to no avail.

I'm stuck using \sn{\textbf{Some commentary here}} which I cannot believe to be the only solution here.

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    Welcome to TeX SX!, please approve the answer if it works to close the question. – SAM Jun 30 '16 at 1:52
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Hi have you tried with \newcommand{\sn}[1]{\marginpar{\textbf{#1}}} ? i think you was close you just misorder commands and forget the \.

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