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VBA protect unprotect worksheet syntax

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Folks,
I would appreciate what the connect syntax is to protect and unprotect a worksheet using VBA. What I have below doesn't work.

    Worksheet("Menu").Protect Password:="123"

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Is missing a "s" in the Worksheet ... it's Worksheets


Worksheets("Menu").Protect Password:="123"
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Then use the unprotect method for the oposite:

Worksheets("Menu").Unprotect Password:="123"
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thank you
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