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Locking the contents of a row

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Using Excel for windows Office 2013.

Is there a way to lock a row so no changes can be made in it?

Also if I hide a row will that prevent changes to be made in it, such as row and column color changes etc.

Thanks!

Rowby
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Select the rows you want to protect and do Home>Format>Lock Cells
Next, lock the sheet with Home>format>protect sheet

See this : http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/how-to-protect-a-document-in-excel-2013.html
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Thanks, mankowitz,

That worked perfectly!

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