how to active one column to related second colomun

how to active one column to related second colomun
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bhagvatAuthor Commented:
how to lock in one column to different colomun value.

1 column - value - (like - Death, Hospitalized, disability, Severe, Other)
if found 1 column DEATH then lock column 5, and 6.
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Roy CoxGroup Finance ManagerCommented:
Do you want to lock the whole cell or the cells adjacent to it, i.e. the cells in f & 5 on the same row?
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Ryan ChongCommented:
you can create a data validation rule like this in column 5 and 6:

data validation28713010.xlsx
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