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Windows Phone 8 : Microsoft Office Mobile - Excel (part 2) - Adding a Comment to a Cell, Changing the Comment Author

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Adding a Comment to a Cell

Comments are a popular feature in Excel that enable you to enter notes for a spreadsheet cell without altering the spreadsheet itself. You can add a comment to a spreadsheet by following these steps:

1. Tap the cell on which you want to comment.

2. Tap the Menu icon.

3. Tap Comment.

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4. Enter your comment.

5. Tap another cell to complete the process.

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>>>Go Further: The Comment Author

In the comment in this example, notice the label User attached to it. The first time you attempt to add a comment to an Office document, you are prompted to enter your name. The name you enter is displayed along with any comments you make. Be careful to enter an appropriate name—the name you enter is semipermanent.

If you do need to change this name at some point, you can either type over the name in any comments you make or use the Microsoft Office Settings page to modify the name so that new name is used in all future comments.


Changing the Comment Author

If you need to change the comment author, you can do so by going to the phone’s Settings screen and performing the following procedure:

1. Flick the screen to the right to access the Application settings page.

2. Tap Office.

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3. Enter a new name into the User Name field.

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