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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.
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.
To set it up, open your Excel file and head to the File menu. You'll see the Info category by default. Click the Protect Workbook button and then choose Encrypt with Password from the dropdown menu. Type your password and click OK.
Open the workbook with a protected sheet in Microsoft Excel. You can usually do this by double-clicking the file's name on your computer. Right-click the tab for the protected sheet. Each sheet's tab appears along the bottom of Excel. ... Click Unprotect Sheet. ... Enter the password and click OK.
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.
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.
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