troubleshooting Question

Excel workbok keeps saying wrong password after macro run and can I run a macro on a hidden sheet

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davie joneaFlag for United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland asked on
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HI
I have this workbook and I run the macro's coins and Coins 1 OK but when I come to macro called print sheet it comes up saying the password is incorrect but its not.

Ive tried to unlock from sheet and it says password incorrect too...

Any ideas?

Also can I hide the sheet called CASH SHEET so I do not have to password protect it and just have it auto print off via macro the same as whats in my macros now?



https://arrivagroup-my.sharepoint.com/:x:/r/personal/glenn_masters_arrivarl_co_uk/Documents/NEWCUBICANDSHERESHEET%20(2).xlsm?d=w869283892b3f46acba6cd686fce279aa&csf=1&web=1&e=9qdKWg​​​
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