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Tracking and managing colleagues’ changes
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In the comment box, enter Seems optimistic; move some improvement to the
next year?
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Click any cell outside the comment box to hide the comment box.
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Click cell G7 .
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On the Review tab, in the Comments group, click New Comment .
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In the comment box, enter Should have more increases as we integrate new
processes .
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Click any cell outside the comment box to hide the comment box.
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Click cell G7 .
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On the Review tab, in the Comments group, click Delete to remove the comment.
CLEAN UP Close the ProjectionsForComment workbook, saving your changes if you
want to.
Tracking and managing colleagues’ changes
Whenever you collaborate with your colleagues to produce or edit a document, you should
consider tracking the changes each user makes. When you turn on change tracking, any
changes made to the workbook are highlighted in a color assigned to the user who made
the changes. One benefit of tracking changes is that if you have a question about a change,
you can quickly identify who made the change and verify whether the change is correct. In
Excel, you can turn on change tracking in a workbook by clicking the Review tab and then,
in the Changes group, clicking Track Changes, and clicking Highlight Changes.
In the Highlight Changes dialog box that opens, select the Track Changes While Editing
check box. Selecting this check box saves your workbook, turns on change tracking, and
also shares your workbook, which enables more than one user to access the workbook
simultaneously.
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