Excel Protected Cells and VBA Macros

Hey, i'm locking cells in order to keep users from modifying them, but i also need to give acceess to the Macro/VBA...

example: i want to put a value in a cell, but not allow user's to change the cells contents...?
thanx in advance :D
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Hello tampabay420,

you could try to unprotect the cells while running the macro something along the lines of

'unprotect sheet first
'do the action
'protect sheet again


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tampabay420Author Commented:
hey, good thinking... i'll just unprotect the sheet for a sec while'st i do the calc- thanx for the idea :-)
:) cool and thanks for the grade
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