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Read an inserted comment in an excel file from VBA

Is it possible to read an inserted comment in an excel cell using a VBA macro?

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@MichelRapin-0777
As this issue focus more on VBA code, I would add a related tag to help you better. Thanks for your understanding.
I find a link as following, hope it could be helpful.
"Get a List of All the Comments in a Worksheet in Excel".
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MichelRapin-0777 answered emilyhua-msft commented

Thank you. It is exactly what i was looking

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@MichelRapin-0777
I am glad that the reference is helpful to you.
I would convert my previous as an answer, would you mind accepting it as an answer?
This action could help other users on Q&A forum who encounter the same issue find some useful tips more easily.
Thanks for your understanding.

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Hi

No problem.

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Thanks for your kind reply.
And could you please click "Accept Answer" on the helpful answer above?
Or you could share your experience and click "Accept Answer" on your answer.
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