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Prevent vba code from being seen.

Posted on 2012-03-29
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Is there a way to block users from seeing code for my workbook?
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Excel isn't very secure and a determined user/hacker can still get everything but if you go to Tools|Properties|Protection (different in different Excel versions) you can add a password.
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I'm a budget coordinator for IT.  How would they get around the option that you posted.
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Google '"crack Excel password".
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