We all know how to make comments on excel documents, just select the cell where you want a comment, press SHIFT+F2 and make the comment. But the comments are only visible when you open the workbook. What if you want to print out an excel file, but include all the comments as well?
Turns out you can do that with a hidden option in excel page setup.
To print excel comments:
- Go to Page Layout Ribbon > Click on “Print Titles” button. This opens the Page Setup dialog. (In excel 2003 you can just go to File > Page Setup)
- You should be in the “Sheet” tab, if not go there.
- Do you see that sneaky little box called as “comments”? Click on it and select how you want to print comments.
- You can print comments as they are shown or print them at the end in a separate page. The output will look like this:
That is all. Now you know the trick to print excel spreadsheet comments.
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