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OpenOffice Calc User Guide
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Adding comments

Reviewers and authors use comments to communicate with each other why they made the changes. This can be useful since often the author and the reviewers are not in the same physical location and other forms of communication may be inconvenient. To add a comment to a change:

  1. Make the change to the spreadsheet.

  2. Select the cell with the change that you want to add a comment to.

  3. Select Edit > Changes > Comments. The dialog shown in Figure 115 appears.

  4. Type your comment and click OK.



You can step through your changes one at a time using the left and right arrows on the right hand side of the comment dialog box, and add comments to each change. The menu bar for the comment dialog box tells you the cell and the change you are commenting on.

Once you have added a comment to a changed cell, you can see it by hovering the mouse pointer over the cell, as shown in Figure 116.


The comment you typed also appears in the dialog box when you are accepting and rejecting changes, as shown in the first line of Figure 121 on page 8.

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