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how to give your VBA code password that you record in "thisworkbook"

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Hello experts,

How can I give password to my vba code saved in "thisworkbook" so that the users cannot see inside my code where I have set a password for one of my worksheets.

It is a follow up question on a previous question:

https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/28979577/How-can-I-set-password-for-a-sheet-in-excel.html?anchor=a41864063¬ificationFollowed=178318599#a41864063

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Rgonzo1971 earned 2000 total points
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Hi,.

Go to the VBE
Tools / VBAProject Properties / Protextion
Tick Lock Project for viewing and enter your PW twice

Save Close and reopen it

Regards
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Great, thank you so much!
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