What Are The New Features Available in Comments For Microsoft Office Applications?

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When we insert a Comment to a specific part of a Document, Workbook or Presentation It makes our feedback clearer. If someone else comments on the Document, Workbook or Presentation, by replying to their Comments it is like we are have a discussion, even though we are not all in the Document, Spreadsheet or Presentation at the same time. To find out more about the new Comments feature available in Microsoft Office Programs just keep on reading the post below.

Insert New Comments Feature in Microsoft Office Applications

In the image below I have Microsoft Word open and have created a New Document, I have selected the Insert tab, and from the right area of the ribbon named Comments, I have selected the command Comment, where we will be able to Add A Note About This Part Of The Document.

Comments Feature in Word

Once the Comment command is selected the Comments  dialog box appears as shown below. In the Comments dialog box, we can see the image of the Author with the Initials, the actual Time we inserted the Comment. Right underneath, we can insert the text for the Comment that we want to be inserted . At the bottom of the Comment dialog box, we can either Reply or Resolve the Comment, by using the corresponding commands.

Comments Feature in Word

In the image below I have Microsoft Excel open and have created a New Spreadsheet, I have selected the Insert tab, and from the right area of the ribbon named Comments, I have selected the command Comment, where we will be able to Add A Note About This Part Of The Document.

Comments Feature in Excel

Once the Comment command is selected the Comments  task pane appears as shown below. In the Comments task pane, we can see the image of the Author with the Initials (which is me), the actual Time we inserted the Comment. Right underneath, we can insert the text for the Comment that we want to be inserted. When we insert a Comment in Excel, the actual Cells location appears in the Comments task pane.

Comments Feature in Excel

In the image below I have Microsoft PowerPoint open and have created a New Presentation, I have selected the Insert tab, and from the right area of the ribbon named Comments, I have selected the command Comment, where we will be able to Add A Note About This Part Of The Document.

Comments Feature in PowerPoint

Once the Comment command is selected the Comments task pane appears as shown below. In the Comments task pane, we can see the image of the Author with the Initials (which is me), and the actual Time we inserted the Comment. Right underneath, we can insert the text for the Comment that we want to be inserted.

Comments Feature in PowerPoint

Below you can check out the video describing the New Comments Feature Available in Microsoft Office Applications.

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