Comments Collection Object [Excel 2003 VBA Language Reference]
A collection of cell comments. Each comment is represented by a Comment object.
Using the Comments Collection
Use the Comments property to return the Comments collection. The following example hides all the comments on worksheet one.
Set cmt = Worksheets(1).Comments For Each c In cmt c.Visible = False Next
Use the AddComment method to add a comment to a range. The following example adds a comment to cell E5 on worksheet one.
With Worksheets(1).Range("e5").AddComment .Visible = False .Text "reviewed on " & Date End With
Use Comments(index), where index is the comment number, to return a single comment from the Comments collection. The following example hides comment two on worksheet one.
Worksheets(1).Comments(2).Visible = False
Methods | Item Method
Parent Objects | Worksheet
Child Objects | Shape