SBS_Lab1_Step3a - You may expand the box by dragging on the...

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Step by Step Instructions Step 3a Insert a Comment Comments are generally used to explain the formula behind the data in a cell or to explain what type of data is appropriate in a column. A. To insert a comment, select the cell in which you wish to place the comment: B. Select the Review Tab, the Comments Group, and the New Comment command: C. A comment box will open. Notice that it has the name of the author (based on settings in Office). Type the comment into the Comment Box.
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Unformatted text preview: You may expand the box by dragging on the edges: D. Click off the Comment Box. Notice that the cell with the comment has a red triangle. When you move the cursor over this cell, the Comment Box appears. You may also move through the comments in a spreadsheet by using the Previous and Next commands or display all comments by using the Show All Comments command. Notice how the Comment Group changes as you select the Comment....
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2011 for the course BIS 155 taught by Professor Willox during the Spring '99 term at ITT Tech San Dimas.

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