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This chapter is from the book

Adding and Managing Cell Comments

Some cells contain data that requires an explanation or special attention. Comments provide a way to attach this type of information to individual cells without cluttering the cells with extraneous information. A red triangle indicates that a cell contains a comment, which you can view in several different ways. After a comment is in place, Excel makes it easy to edit or delete it.

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circle_1.jpg Right-click the cell to which you want to add a comment.

circle_2.jpg Select Insert Comment.

circle_3.jpg Type the desired text into the comment area. When you’re finished, click anywhere in the worksheet to accept the comment.

circle_4.jpg The cell’s upper-right corner now contains a red triangle, indicating the presence of a comment. To view the comment, hover the mouse pointer over the triangle.

circle_5.jpg To edit a comment, right-click on the commented cell.

circle_6.jpg Select the Edit Comment option.

circle_7.jpg To delete a comment, right-click on the commented cell.

circle_8.jpg Select the Delete Comment option.

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