VIII-Documenting

VIII-Documenting - VIII. Documenting Adding comments to...

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Documenting 1 VIII. Documenting Adding comments to cells Documenting your worksheets makes them easier to use. Appropriate cell labels, list headers, cell and range names, and even entire pages of explanation can be useful. In addition to these more obvious ways of documenting a spreadsheet, Excel also offers cell comments. A cell comment is a segment of text that’s associated with a particular cell and can be displayed with the spreadsheet or made visible just when the user wants to see it. To add a comment to a cell, click the cell and choose Insert, Comment. Excel provides a text box that floats on top of the worksheet in which to enter your comment. Note that whatever you’ve entered in Tools, Options, User Name automatically appears at the top of the comment text box as the author. You can erase this author designator from the text box entry if you choose. To remove a comment from a cell, click the cell and choose Edit, Clear, Comments . To remove all comments from a worksheet at the same time, choose
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This note was uploaded on 12/20/2011 for the course BUS 101 taught by Professor Ecklund during the Spring '01 term at Duke.

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