Comments in Calc - LibreOffice 6-4
- 1 Foreword
- 2 Link to the Video
- 3 Insert and edit comments
- 4 Further information
The video "Insert comments in Calc - LibreOffice 6.4" on Windows 10 shows how comments are inserted and edited in Calc. It links to this page here, which contains further information and details.
Link to the Video
Insert and edit comments
To work with the comment functions, open Calc and here in the example the working file comments in Calc.ods.
Note: A blue arrow leads from a visible comment field to the cell, in which the comment was created. In this way, the relationship between cell and comment is always visible.
Insert a comment in a cell
We now add a comment to a cell. We right-click on the cell that we want to add a comment to. In the menu that appears we select .
A yellow field appears, this is the comment field. The cursor flashes in the comment field. We can now directly write the desired comment. E.g. we write: "I am currently writing my comment".
Show existing comments
The cells with a small red square in the top right (Example: already have a comment. If you move the mouse pointer to such a cell, the comment of the cell is displayed.
Display comment permanently
Edit a comment
We can now edit the comment field and the comment. We click with the right mouse button in the cell and select . Then we click with the right mouse button in the cell and select . We click in the comment field. We can now make the comment field larger or smaller. With a double click in the comment field we can edit the text. We mark the text and choose the font, e.g. Arial, and font size 16.
Move comment field
To be able to move a comment field, it must be displayed permanently. You click in the comment field so that it is marked. The cursor now has the shape of a four-way arrow. The comment field can be moved with hold and drag.
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