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Take Control of Numbers by Sharon Zardetto

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Adding Comments

You can attach a comment to almost anything in Numbers: a cell, a chart, a text box, specific text inside a container, or the sheet itself. You can make notes for yourself, or to colleagues sharing the file. Comments are time- and date-stamped, and color coded to each user of a document. In this chapter, after you see how to set up your author name and comment color, you’ll learn how to Create Comments and then how to View and Edit Comments.

Set Comment Options

All comments by a user—both their markers on objects and the notes themselves—are the same color, but you can choose the color and the font size for the text. You can also—and should—set an author name if you’re writing comments for anyone other than yourself. (Tip: “She ...

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