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Soleil wrote at 2016-06-04 20:42:19
Richard, which program and version are you using for your instructions?



Excel 2003 doesn't have a Toolbars option under Tools, and Excel 2010 Starter Version doesn't have Tools.



I have the same question as Robert, but I can't figure out a way to do it in 2003 (if it's even available), and I don't have a fully functioning 2010 version. :(


Soleil wrote at 2016-06-04 20:56:00
omg, I'm a dumba$$ lol...I missed that it's View first.



In Excel 2003 version, click:

View

Toolbars

Control Toolbar

Properties button

Enable Selection

change "0 - xlNoRestrictions" using drop down menu to "1 - xlUnlockedCells"




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Richard Stephens

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Can respond to questions up to and including advanced (very rusty on VBA) Currently using Excel 2007 and 2010 (can still remember some of the earlier excel programs). No question too basic.

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Teacher and business trainer for 15 years. Run my own small business Current on all versions of Excel

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