Onlock cells

I have a worksheet in Excel which is protected but allows the user to add rows as needed (thanks to Ture).  I just found out that when it adds rows, the rows are locked because that is the Excel default.  Here is the VBA as it is.  I need to add some lines that will unlock the cells in the added rows.

Sub InsertRow()
       If TypeOf Selection Is Range Then
         If Selection.Rows.Count = 1 Then
           ActiveSheet.Unprotect Password:="carrot"
           Selection.EntireRow.Insert
           ActiveSheet.Protect Password:="carrot"
         End If
       End If
     End Sub
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ahammarCommented:
I beleive all you should have to do is add this line directly after inserting the row:
Selection.Locked = False

If that doesn't work, then you will need some code to select the entire row, or whatever cells you want to unlock first.

Hope this helps,

Cheers!
ahammar
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FlakeAuthor Commented:
Thanks, ahammar!  That's what I needed.  I'm in old mode so post as answer pliz.
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ahammarCommented:
Hi Flake!
I'm glad it worked and thanks for the points!

Future readers:
Look at my last comment for answer.

Cheers!
ahammar
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