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Hi Experts, how can I make excel 2010 file protected :

1. end user cannot modify VBA
2. end user cannot modify add-in paths in options
3. end user cannot modify any options that I set

Thanks.
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i mean there are easy ways to put a password protection, but they are always frangible. if users wants to get into that.

there are some websites that offer protection that are good but not best. like http://www.lockxls.com/product.asp  which is sell commerical license protecting the workbook vba interface.

however, if you intend to make it bullet proof, then you could create a COMM add-in compiling your add-ins in DLL files.
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