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password protect a cell in excel 2007

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Hi expert's excel 2007

How would you password protect a single cell in a worksheet and leave the remaining cells open for editing.
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Rgonzo1971 earned 500 total points
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HI

First select all the cells

Right-click Format cells goto Protection

untick Locked

then do the same with you cell and tick Locked ( so it will be the only Locked)

then to Review Protect Sheet

Add you PW and OK

You could there manage there what are possibilities for the users

Regards
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by:route217
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Hi rgonzo

Thanks for the feedback...
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by:route217
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Hi experts

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