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Is it possible to lock or disable the current row of a datasheet in a split form?

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Hello, is it possible to lock or disable the current row of a datasheet in a split form? Once the user has made any changes to the current row I would like to freeze it and not allow any further changes. However, he should be allowed to change any other row of the same datasheet? Not sure this works but thanks for any help. Rg Michael
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