This tutorial provides information on the comment feature available in Excel 2013 & Excel 2010. The following will be covered as part of this tutorial.
- How to insert comment
- Customize the comment box
- Navigate between Comments
- Delete Comment
How to insert comment
Excel allows users to insert comment using the options available as part of the Review menu. But if you want to quickly insert then right click on the cell and select Insert Comment from the listed menus.
A typical comment box in Excel is as shown below.
In order to change the name that appears on the Comment box, click on the File menu then the Option link then in the General tab, navigate to Personalize your copy if Microsoft Office and enter your desired name in the User name box. Click OK button to save the changes. Now the entered name will appear when you Insert new Comments.
Similarly if you want to change the Font Style used in Comment box then select then right click on the Comment box and select Format Comment menu option.
The Format Comment window allows you change the Comments Font Style.
Navigate between Comments
If you have more than one comment inserted in the Excel worksheet and you want to navigate between the comments then you can use the menu options available as part of the Comment section under Review menu. The list option includes Show All Comments, Previous and Next.
A Comment can be quickly deleted are hidden by right clicking on the cell and selecting the required menu option. You can also use the menu option available as part of the Comments section under Review menu.
By this way you can Insert, customise, navigate and delete comments in Excel 2013 and Excel 2010
Kali Stage says
I really enjoy the post.Really looking forward to read more. Cool.
S MAHARAJA says
How to print the viewed comments?.
Scott Ridgeway says
Is there a limit to the amount of comments allowed in one document? The file in question has many (hundreds). Now, when I right click and request to edit a comment, the comment box will not appear, however this function works fine in similar files that do not have as many comments. Have I reached my limit? If so, can the limit be raised?
Thanks for your help.
Carolyn Byrnes says
How do you get rid of the : after the name in the box. Successfully removed the name!
Ravi Shankar says
Probably you can try the below VBA Script.