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How do I lock a column in Excel?
Select the column (or the first cell in the column) to the right of the last column you want to lock. Go to the View tab, and click Freeze Panes > Freeze Panes.
How do you lock an Excel spreadsheet so no one can see it?
Protecting Spreadsheets With a Password Open the spreadsheet you want to protect in Excel, click the "Review" tab and then click "Protect Sheet" in the Changes group to display the Protect Sheet dialog. The "Protect worksheet and contents of locked cells" option is enabled by default; enable it if it's not.
How do you lock formulas when copying in Excel?
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.
How do you lock formulas in Excel without protecting sheet?
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.
How do I lock and edit columns in Excel?
Open Excel and select a workbook. ... First we have to unlock the workbook, which is typically locked (as a whole) by default. ... Right click and choose Format cells. Under the Protection tab, uncheck Locked. ... Press OK. Select the area of the workbook you'd like to protect. Right click and select Format cells.
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