In this article, you will learn how to attach a note to a cell in Google Sheets. A note inserted in a cell is helpful to notify your collaborators of what they need to care about when they look at the cell.
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You see a small black triangle at the top right corner of the cell if the note is inserted successfully.
It is very simple. The note automatically pops up when you hover or put your cursor on a cell containing a note.
You can edit an existing note by double-clicking the cell containing the current note. If you want to expand the text box, left-click the stripe at the bottom right of the text box and drag it until you get enough space for your texts.
A comment and a note are common because both can leave some texts in a text box. However, a comment is functionally superior to a note. The difference between a comment and a note is as follows: with a comment function, you can
In conclusion, you can use the two functions well, depending on your purpose.
Check this article to learn how to attach a comment to a cell in Google Sheets.
If you don’t get the right answer to your question in this article or you have other questions on notes and comments, you may find the answers in the following articles.
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