Looking for ways of how to reply to a comment in Excel? Then, this is the right place for you. Sometimes, an Excel worksheet is used by several people. By directly commenting on the sheet and replying to that they can communicate more conveniently. Here, you will find 3 easy ways to reply to a comment in Excel.
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3 Easy Ways to Reply to a Comment in Excel
Here, we have a dataset containing the names of the Sales Persons and their corresponding Sales and Salary. In Cell D11, you can see a comment. Now, we will show you how to reply to this comment in 3 different ways in Excel.
1. Click on Cell and Enter Reply to a Comment
In the first method, we will show you how you can reply to a comment by simply clicking on the Cell and then typing the reply in the Reply box.
- Firstly, select Cell D11 and we will see the comment.
- Then, type your reply in the Reply box.
- Next, click on the button shown below or press Ctrl + Enter.
- Finally, a reply will be added to the comment.
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2. Use Reply to Comment Feature to Reply in Excel
Now, we will use the Reply to Comment Feature to reply to the comment in Cell D11 in Excel. Follow the steps given below to do it on your own.
- To start with, select Cell D11 and Right-click on it.
- After that, click on Reply to Comment.
- Now, you will see that the Reply box has opened.
- Then, type your reply into the box and click on the button shown below.
- Thus, you can reply to a comment using the Reply to comment feature.
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3. Reply to a Comment from Show Comments Feature
In the last method, we will show you how you can reply to the comment from the Show Comments feature.
- Firstly, go to the Review tab >> click on Comments >> click on Show Comments.
- Now, the Comments toolbox will appear.
- Then, type your reply in the reply box.
- After that, click on the button shown below.
- Thus, you can reply to a comment using the Show Comments feature.
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How to Edit & Delete Reply of a Comment in Excel
Additionally, you can also edit and delete a reply of a comment in Excel if you want. Go through the steps given below to do that on your dataset.
- In the beginning, to edit the reply, click on Cell D11.
- After that, click on the Edit button shown below.
- Next, edit your reply. Here, we will add “tomorrow” in the reply.
- Then, click on the tick mark.
- Thus, you can edit a reply in Excel.
- Further, if you want to delete the reply, click on Cell D11.
- Next, click on the button shown below.
- Then, click on Delete comment.
- Finally, the reply will be deleted.
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In the article, you will find an Excel workbook like the image given below to practice on your own.
So, in this article, we have shown you 3 ways to reply to a comment in Excel. I hope you found this article interesting and helpful. If something seems difficult to understand, please leave a comment. Please let us know if there are any more alternatives that we may have missed. And visit ExcelDemy for many more articles like this. Thank you!
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This is one of the tricks I love in Excel. No need to email your colleagues and eventually lost it in the inbox of your email just to let them know about your thoughts on certain data in the sheet. It’s very convenient, every time.