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Picture Yourself Learning Microsoft® Excel® 2010 by Laurie Ulrich Fuller, Deidre Hayes, Jeffery A. Riley

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Using Comments in Collaboration

COMMENTS IN AN EXCEL workbook serve the same purpose as a whisper in your ear, providing some useful aside related to whatever you’re looking at or discussing at the time. For example, if you’re in a meeting and the person sitting next to you decides you’d benefit from having some quick piece of information relevant to the topic at hand, he or she might whisper it to you so as to provide the information without disrupting the meeting. Comments work the same way. If someone—you or a team member also contributing to the workbook’s content— believes that there’s some background or otherwise useful information about a particular cell that should be made available, a comment can be added to the cell, and viewed without ...

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