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EXCEL VBA Stop users deleting rows in a range

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Is there a way to STOP users deleting rows in a range of rows?

Any help appreciated. Richard
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jppinto earned 2000 total points
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Yes, protect the sheet!
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Perfect.  Thanks
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If the question is answered, don't forget to close the question please.
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Does this mean the users cannot enter data in the cells as they are protected?
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I can see that you can allow range for users to edit cells.  This works .  I will award the points.

Thanks, Richard
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