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Create a fields in Excel to allow passwords to be entered

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Is there a way to create fields in excel that will allow a user to enter passwords that will not show their choices as text but as   ****** instead ?? I need to set some accounts up for a login, I want to send them a sheet they can put their information into and then copy and paste the password they entered into the password login area.  

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