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Posted on 2011-02-15
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Hi,

With EEs help, my vba script is working.  I need to release this to my coworks to use.  Since there will be more than one person, I want to lock the code.  I have two questions:
1. Once the password is applied, the button is disabled, why is that?
2. Where can I enter password to unlock it?  thx
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Which button is disabled?

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I have a button on the sheet1 that trigger a function..thx
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Can't be anything to do with the password.

Are you sure you have macros enabled or are running in a trusted location?
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