Join Dennis Taylor for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding comments and shapes, part of Excel Tips Weekly.
- You can add comments to a worksheet cell.…Sometimes you might be doing it to inform people…as to how a formula might look,…or you might want to express a question about data,…that sort of thing.…If you're familiar with the concept…you already have recognized it on this particular worksheet.…We see red triangles at various locations.…I'm going to slide over I11 right here,…and we see a pop-up.…I am the creator of the message,…you see my name there.…"See Jennifer for more details…"on these unusual formulas."…So, that may be helpful, may be not.…
You're looking in the formula bar, doubleclicking -…it is a bit unusual, maybe you'll call Jennifer.…We can put this in a variety of locations,…and we can even change the look of them.…That's not a typical look there, that green background.…More typical look is the one found here in cell I23,…I'll slide over this.…That could be a comment, it could be…sort of an open question as to whether it works or not.…We can take a look at that one, too, possibly.…The idea is it could be informative,…
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