Excel 2013 - Dynamic Comment Box

Does anyone know if it is possible to have dynamic comment boxes in excel?  I'm looking to have a comment box that is linked to the value of a particular cell in excel.  If the cell value changes, when you hover over the comment box it would display the updated cell content.

I've attached a spreadsheet showing what I'm trying to do.
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Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
If you are willing to use VBA.

Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)
If Not Intersect(Target, Range("H2:I2")) Is Nothing Then
    Range("G6").AddComment CStr(Range("J2").Value)
End If
End Sub

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ScottBarnesAuthor Commented:
I don't mind using VBA, I have 7 cells on the page that I will need to potentially update the comments and currently I modified what you provided to code below.

The contents in B24:H24 are vlookups and it doens't appear that the code to update the comments is called unless I physically go into one of the cells in B24:H24 and click enter.  It there a way to tweak this so if the value changes in B24:H24 it will trigger the comment to update automatically without going into the cell and hitting enter?

Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)
If Not Intersect(Target, Range("B24:H24")) Is Nothing Then
    Range("B24").AddComment CStr(Range("B28").Value)
    Range("C24").AddComment CStr(Range("C28").Value)
    Range("D24").AddComment CStr(Range("D28").Value)
    Range("E24").AddComment CStr(Range("E28").Value)
    Range("F24").AddComment CStr(Range("F28").Value)
    Range("G24").AddComment CStr(Range("G28").Value)
    Range("H24").AddComment CStr(Range("H28").Value)
End If

End Sub

Thank you,
Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
You should only have to select a different cell, but you have to do something to let Excel know that your done making the change. If Excel were to react to changes in real-time and you entered "Test" into a cell it would run the Change event 4 time.
Martin LissOlder than dirtCommented:
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