I have a workbook file shared by multiple users. I want to worksheet protect each sheet within this workbook so that each user can access only their worksheets. I want the user to have a password to unlock their sheet within this workbook.
Additionally, once the user has unlocked their worksheet with their assigned password, I want to lock formula and sum cells so that they can't corrupt these cells. Is there a way to do this?
Thank you for your help. Nancy
Yes you can do what you want to do. It takes a series of steps, such as locking the cells, giving specif access to certain cells, etc.
I don't normally do this but the help section of excel explains pretty well the steps you need to take and the procedures, so I will refer you to the help. Search the help for lock cells, or protecting worksheets and you will get the explanation of how to do it.
Hope this helps
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