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How do I password protect an excel worksheet?
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Simple, here you go this is a good link i have that explains even more security settings you can apply

http://www.j-walk.com/ss/excel/faqs/protectionFAQ.htm

hope it helps dude


Jim
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just incase you need it right away

Activate the worksheet to be protected, then choose Tools - Protection - Protect Sheet. You will be asked to provide a password (optional). If you do provide a password, that password will be required to unprotect the worksheet.


Jim
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