If you have ever used Excel to work with data, you have likely used the commenting feature. Excel lets you add comments to cells and track who has edited what. Comments are great for collaboration, but they can also get in the way of your work. In this article, we will show you how to delete all comments in a worksheet. This is a great technique if you want to clean up your data or if you are working on a project with collaborators and don’t want their comments getting in the way.
What is Excel?
Excel is a spreadsheet application used for managing data. It includes features such as editing, sorting, filtering, and graphing. You can delete all comments in Excel by following these steps:
Open Excel and click on the Documents tab. Click on the workbook you want to delete the comments from. Under the Comments box, right-click on the comment you want to delete and select Delete Comment.
How to Delete Comments in Excel?
If you want to delete all the comments in a worksheet, you can use the following steps:
- Open the worksheet that you want to delete comments from.
- On the Home tab, in the Editing group, click Commenting.
- In the Commenting area, click Delete All Comments.
- Click OK to confirm that you want to delete all comments on the worksheet.
If you’re looking to delete all the comments from a particular column in Excel, you can use the following formula: =VLOOKUP(A1,COUNTA(A2)), where VLOOKUP is a function that looks up a value in one column and returns the result in another.