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In your Excel file, select the worksheet tab that you want to protect. Select the cells that others can edit. Right-click anywhere in the sheet and select Format Cells (or use Ctrl+1, or Command+1 on the Mac), and then go to the Protection tab and clear Locked.
In your Excel file, select the worksheet tab that you want to protect. Select the cells that others can edit. Right-click anywhere in the sheet and select Format Cells (or use Ctrl+1, or Command+1 on the Mac), and then go to the Protection tab and clear Locked.
Protect a Worksheet from Editing Click on the Review tab on the main Excel ribbon. Click Protect Sheet. Enter the password you would like to use to unlock the sheet in the future. Select the permissions you would like users to have for the worksheet after it is locked.
Click on the Tools button and click General Options. In the Password to modify box, enter a password and click OK. Note: If you only want to recommend users to open the Excel file as read-only, without protecting it, don't enter a password and check Read-only recommended.
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To prevent other users from viewing hidden worksheets, adding, moving, deleting, or hiding worksheets, and renaming worksheets, you can protect the structure of your Excel workbook with a password. To protect certain areas of the data in your worksheet from other users, you have to protect your worksheet.
Navigate to the Review tab. Click Protect Sheet. Click OK to protect the sheet. Select all the cells you don't want to be locked. Right-click on your selection, select Format Cells, and click on the Protection tab.
Step 1: Open your password protected worksheet and click cancel when prompted to enter password. Step 2: Press ALT + F11 to access the visual basic code for the worksheet. Step 3: Double click on the password protected sheet. Simply copy and paste this code below into the code window.
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