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0:34 2:01 Suggested clip Highlight Locked or Unlocked Cells in Excel using Conditional YouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clip Highlight Locked or Unlocked Cells in Excel using Conditional
From the Format menu, choose Conditional Formatting. From the Condition 1 dropdown, choose Formula Is. Enter the following formula: =CELL("Protect",A1)=1. To format unprotected cells, use the formula =CELL("Protect",A1)=0.
Protect or lock cell values based on background color with VBA code. Hold down the ALT + F11 keys to open the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window. Click Insert > Module, and paste the following code in the Module Window.
Right click the sheet tab (the sheet with cells you need to lock or unlock based on values in another cell), and click View Code from the right-clicking menu. Then copy and paste the following VBA code into the Code window.
Click Protect Sheet Give the worksheet a password. Uncheck the worksheet protection property called Select Locked Cells Check the Sort property and the AutoFilter properties. Click OK
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