To unlock all cells on a sheet, it is sufficient to remove the worksheet protection. July 23, 2016 at 2: June 23, 2016 at 4: Ed says: Hello, Stephen, Please see how to protect Excel files with or without passwords in this article on our blog.
Here's how:. Kim says: The following screenshot demonstrates a rule that highlights those locked cells: December 17, 2017 at 6: I have a strange problem.
I have an worksheet where I have protect exact cells and leave other cell for entry. I was little confused when I was protecting some particular cells. Mahesh Narayan Desai says: The Select Locked Cells and Select Unlocked Cells check boxes are selected by default, but you can deselect either or both of these options if you prefer. The Permissions… button is also available when you are creating a new range unlocked by a password. Or, right click the sheet tab and select Protect Sheet… in the context menu.
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It never got near it... Thank you so much, this is super helpful!!
To select non-adjacent columns , click on the first column's letter, hold down the Ctrl key, and click the headings of other columns you want to protect. Very detailed too.
To protect columns in Excel, do one of the following: Post a comment Click here to cancel reply. Khalid says: If you don't have much experience with Excel conditional formatting, you may find the following step-by-step instructions helpful: August 30, 2016 at 8: