Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
You can control whether a cell displays just the comment indicator or the indicator and
the comment itself by clicking a cell that contains a comment and then, on the Review
tab, clicking the Show/Hide Comment button. Clicking the Show/Hide Comment button
again reverses your action. If you’ve just begun to review a worksheet and want to
display all of the comments on the sheet, display the Review tab and click the Show All
Comments button. To move through the worksheet’s comments one at a time, click the
Previous or Next button.
In this exercise, you’ll add comments to two cells. You will then highlight the cells that
contain comments, review a comment, and delete that comment.
SET UP You need the ProjectionsForComment_start workbook located in your Chapter14
practice file folder to complete this exercise. Open the ProjectionsForComment_start
workbook, and save it as ProjectionsForComment . Then follow the steps.
1. Click cell E6 .
2. On the Review tab, in the Comments group, click New Comment .
A red comment lag appears in cell E6, and a comment box appears next to the cell.
3. In the comment box, type Seems optimistic; move some improvement to the
4. Click any cell outside the comment box.
The comment box disappears.
5. Click cell G7 .
6. On the Review tab, in the Comments group, click New Comment .
A red comment lag appears in cell G7, and a comment box appears next to the cell.