Excel/Password Protect Individual Sheets
Ross wrote at 2009-04-24 00:12:10
This does work, but then all you need to do is run the debugger and it allows you to read / edit the script and see the password.
Rain wrote at 2009-06-05 23:29:38
That was my initial reaction, but if you have another Tab with name '("OkToSeeThisOne") as mentioned in the previous reply then the debugger does not show up - unless I am missing something here.
This was an excellent solution. Thanks !
Rain wrote at 2009-06-09 22:59:48
Would like to append to my earlier response - If you open the Spreadsheet and select 'Disable Macros' then this does not work as desired.
dvv wrote at 2010-01-14 12:40:13
problem is if the end user also right-clicks on the sheet and selects view code he can see this code with the password in it
Pookie wrote at 2010-12-01 12:29:24
This is fantastic. We publish workbooks on Share Point & have constant issues around confidentiality of data. This has circumvented my problem completely.
hardingdvd wrote at 2011-05-04 16:07:46
Unfortunately this solution has a little bug that allows viewing of the sheet anyway if you hold down the mouse button and don't release it. As long as you continue to hold the button, you can read the contents of the sheet.
Moses wrote at 2011-10-25 20:48:18
FYI ... this works however all users must have macros enabled. If a user doesn't have macros enabled, he/she will be able to see all of the sheets.
Neron_PWSFTvT wrote at 2012-06-08 09:59:51
Nice one - but if you click cancel and not put any password, you can still see the tab that supposed to be locked ???
Sol Gypsy wrote at 2013-02-18 09:33:16
Hi, I've been googling for ages to get help with this code. The code you've provided does exactly what I require. If someone puts in the wrong password however you can't get back to the original tab. I had to close excel & open the spreadsheet up again.
Do you know what coding would take you back to the original tab if the wrong password is entered?
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