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Excel 2010 - Add a comment to a cell?  Or is there another way to add a message to a cell?

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I'm used to using Comments in order to add notations to a cell.  I heard there's also another way to add messages.
How?
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by:treetop3
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Hey,

Right click the cell and select > Insert Comment

Regards,
TT
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by:_3mp3ror_
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Or keyboard shortcut Shift+F2
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Here is some more info:
Using Excel 2010's Cell Comment Feature
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Yes, there is an alternative to cell comments! Please check my article that addresses this question:

http://excel-user.blogspot.com/2010/10/alternative-to-cell-comments.html

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jppinto


YOU RULE!   That's exactly what I was looking for!!!!!!!!!
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Thanks...glad I helped.

Thanks for the grade.

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