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Adjusting Comment Printouts in Excel

When you want to adjust comment printouts in Excel, there are a few things you can do to change the way they appear. One thing you can do is change the font size or type. You can also make the comments bold, italicized, or underlined. You can even change the color of the text. Another thing you can do is change the background color of the comment box. You can also add borders or shading to make the comment box stand out more. Finally, you can change the way the comment box is anchored to the cell. By default, it is anchored to the top-left corner of the cell, but you can change it to be anchored to the bottom-left corner, top-right corner, or bottom-right corner.

To change the font size or type of a comment, first click on the cell that contains the comment. Then, click on the Home tab at the top of the screen. In the Font section, there are two drop-down menus. The first one is for font size and the second one is for font type. Use these menus to make your changes.

To make a comment bold, italicized, or underlined, first click on the cell that contains the comment. Then, click on the Home tab at the top of the screen. In the Font section, there are three buttons. The first button makes text bold, the second button makes text italicized, and the third button makes text underlined.

To change the color of a comments text, first click on the cell that contains the comment. Then, click on the Home tab at

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