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Private Excel Sheets

Is there a way to have a single excel workbook shared with multiple users where each user can only SEE a single sheet after supplying login credentials?  I know you can prevent editing in this manner but I want to prevent viewing as well.

I am trying to create a simple password keeper for a small organization so that the users can stop using sticky notes stuck to their monitor for this purpose.  I am open to other suggestions but they have to be free and easy to use.

Thanks so much!
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Martin Liss

8/22/2022 - Mon
Martin Liss

Anything you hide in Excel can be seen by people who know a few tricks, so I don't believe Excel is appropriate as a password manager. I believe there are free ones on the web..
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Bob Schneider

I use LastPass and I love it but I have been unsuccessful in getting our staff to use it.  Plus, it seems to intentionally create some gray area between "Free" and "Trial".  I may talk with Admin about using pressing this on the staff.  Thanks!
Martin Liss

You're welcome. You might want to try a couple of others and then present the options and your opinions to the administration. You could also write an article for EE:)
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