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Locking cells

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Tim has attended:
Excel Intermediate course

Locking cells

How do you lock and protect cells

RE: Locking cells

Hi Tim

Thanks for your question

To lock/unlock cells simply go to the home ribbon, and launch the font group dialogue. Go to the Protection tab and tick/un-tick the locked box

To protect cells, simply lock those cells you wish to protect and then go to Review ribbon and click Protect Sheet.

Regards

Stephen

Wed 6 Jul 2011: Automatically marked as resolved.


 

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