Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Comments for Documenting Your Worksheet
Your own customized views
After you go to the trouble of freezing the
screen or zooming in to a position you’re
comfortable with, you may as well save your view
of the screen as a customized view. That way,
you can call upon the customized view
whenever you need it. View settings, the window
size, the position of the grid on-screen, and
cells that are selected can all be saved in a
customized view.
Follow these steps to create a customized
view:
1. On the View tab, click the Custom Views
button.
You see the Custom Views dialog box. It
lists views you’ve already created, if you’ve
created any.
2. Click the Add button.
The Add View dialog box appears.
3. Enter a name for the view and click OK.
To switch to a customized view, click the
Custom Views button, select a view in
the Custom Views dialog box, and click the
Show button.
Comments for Documenting Your Worksheet
It may happen that you return to your worksheet days or months from now
and discover to your dismay that you don’t know why certain numbers or
formulas are there. For that matter, someone else may inherit your
worksheet and be mystified as to what the heck is going on. To take the mystery
out of a worksheet, document it by entering comments here and there.
A comment is a note that describes part of a worksheet. Each comment is
connected to a cell. You can tell where a comment is because a small red
triangle appears in the upper-right corner of cells that have been commented
on. Move the pointer over one of these triangles and you see the pop-up
box, a comment, and the name of the person who entered the comment, as
shown in Figure 2-2. Click the Show All Comments button on the Review tab
to see every comment in a worksheet.
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