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Adding a visible notation in field in Excel

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I would like to add a visible notation for a specific cell in Excel which contains a formula.
For instance if the cell is showing 3500 (as a result of a formula calculation),  I would like to add a small 1, or a next to it, and then
refer to that 1 or a at the end of the spreadsheet to make a note regarding that cell.

The problem is that if I add anything in the cell, it affects the formula..

Is there a way to do this?
It must show when I print the document.
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