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Can I protect a grouped object on an excel spreadsheet so it cannot be edited but can be moved?
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by:ProfessorJimJam
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i think you can protect grouped object with worksheet protections but that will be also locking the movement.
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by:nathra
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Yeah, I figured that one out. Was just hoping there was a way to be able move the object with it locked.
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AFAIK it is not possible .
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