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Hello,

Is it possible to protect a worksheet but unprotected the pivot slicers on that worksheet.
 A worksheet has 4 pivot tables in it and then there are 10 slicers on that worksheet. What is needed – The worksheet needs to be protected in such a way so that – users can still use the slicers on that worksheet.
How can that are done in VBA?
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What version of Excel ?
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If it is Excel 2010 or Up which I don't hv presume when you protect the worksheet you have a set of items amoung them there is
Use Pivot Table Reports and should be something about slicers you should tick both and try if you can access it while the sheet is protected.
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Tks for your kindness. You should hv awarded the points to yourself as you got the correct answer.

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thank you Gowflow :)
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