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    Comments: Can You Keep a Running Count of Them, and Print Them Out?

    Hello, everyone, I'm using Excel 2016.

    I have a question or two about comments. Is there a way to know exactly how many comments are in a spreadsheet, without looking at each and every one? If there is, what's the procedure?

    Can I create a formula that displays a running count of comments in a spreadsheet?

    Lastly, is there a way to collate the comments and print them out, or at least copy them to the Clipboard?

    Thank you! J. Danniel

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    Is there a way to know exactly how many comments are in a spreadsheet, without looking at each and every one?
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