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Next, select the cell(s) that you wish to hide the formulas for. Right-click and then select "Format Cells" from the popup menu. When the Format Cells window appears, select the Protection tab. Check the "Hidden" checkbox.
Select the range of cells whose formulas you want to hide. ... Click Home > Format > Format Cells. On the Protection tab, select the Hidden check box. Click OK. Click Review > Protect Sheet.
With the cells with formulas selected, press Control + 1 (hold the Control key and then press 1). In the format cells dialog box, select the Protection tab. Check the 'Locked' option. Click ok.
With the cells with formulas selected, press Control + 1 (hold the Control key and then press 1). In the format cells dialog box, select the Protection tab. Check the 'Locked' option. Click ok.
Keep formula cell reference constant with the F4 key To keep cell reference constant in formula, you just need to add the $ symbol to the cell reference with pressing the F4 key. Please do as follows. 1. Select the cell with the formula you want to make it constant.
Select the cells you want to lock. On the Home tab, in the Alignment group, click the small arrow to open the Format Cells popup window. On the Protection tab, select the Locked check box, and then click OK to close the popup.
Select the cells that you want to lock. On the Format menu, click Cells, or press + 1. Click the Protection tab, and then make sure that the Locked check box is selected.
Select the formula cell, click on one of the cell reference in the Formula Bar, and press the F4 key. Then the selected cell reference is locked. Go ahead to lock the other cell references of current formula with the same step above.
Unlock all cells in the worksheet. For starters, unlock all of the cells on your worksheet. ... Select the formulas you want to lock. Select the cells with the formulas you want to lock. ... Lock cells with formulas. Now, go to lock the selected cells with formulas. ... Protect the worksheet.
Select the cells you want to lock. On the Home tab, in the Alignment group, click the small arrow to open the Format Cells popup window. On the Protection tab, select the Locked check box, and then click OK to close the popup.
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