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If you need to copy comment pictures, or other formatting, use the macro in the next section - Replace Names With Pictures Sub Change Comment Name() 'replaces old names in comments 'deletes and reinserts comments ' so new name appears in status bar ' ws As Worksheet Dim cmt As Comment Dim str Old As String Dim str New As String Dim str Comment As String str New = "New Name" str Old = "Old Name" Application. Add Comment text:=str Comment Next cmt Next ws End Sub This macro is similar to the one above -- it replaces the old names attached to cell comments. User Name = str New For Each ws In Active Workbook. Comments str Comment = Replace(cmt.text, str Old, str New) cmt. However, this macro also copies the old comment formatting. For me this was not working because of special formatting and tables inside the tempalte document.Change the User Name Insert - Plain Comment - Formatted Comment - Colour Formatted Comment - Comments with Date and Time Replace Old Name in Comments - No Pictures Replace Old Name in Comments - With Pictures Reset Comments to Original Position Resize Comments Format All Comments Show Comments - Active Sheet - in Centre of Active Window - at Right of Active Window Copy Comments - Text to Adjacent Cell - to Another Worksheet - from All Sheets to Another Worksheet - to Microsoft Word Print Comments with Indicators Number and List Comments List Numbered Comments With Merged Cells Create Comments with Pictures From File List Insert Selected Picture Into Comment Download the Sample Files Instead of showing the user name at the start of Excel comments, you can change to something generic, such as "Note:" However, this change affects the User Name in all Microsoft Office programs, so you may want to reset the name before you exit Excel.
Add Comment _ text:=Format(Now, str Date) & Chr(10) Else text:=& Chr(10) _ & Format(Now, str Date) & Chr(10) End If With cmt.
As a result, the performance is increased from 10% to 500% (aha, the macro works 5 times faster if it continuously manipulates the cells' contents).
Save your workbook as "Excel macro-enabled workbook".
Unfortunately when you generate a document from a defined Mail Merge template in Word, you end up having all the pages inside one huge document.
But I wanted to have each form in a seperate word document.