Some years back I created a VB6 application. It generates a number of Excel spreadsheets.
At that time, with help here, I learned how to terminate the VB6 creation of a .xls file in a way that allows manual editing after the fact. Apparently I overlooked one of them. I really don't want to resurrect my old XP machine, invoke VB6 , and fix this that way.
Question: How do I unlock a spreadsheet so I can manually change something in it?
I'm talking about a .xls not a .xlsx file. And I can use my old XP machine if necessary. (I'm running Win 7 now).
Please note: I'm having surgery tomorrow, so likely won't get back here for a few days. Would appreciate help waiting for me when I return.