Check if a worksheet is protected

chris115

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Hi

How do can I check if a workbook is already protected?

I think it should be something like this but not too sure.

If ActiveWorkbook.Protection = True Then
MsgBox ("Please unlock the workbook first")
Exit Sub
Else....

Thanks in advance
 

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Thanks, but I made a mistake - I meant how do I check if the worksheet is protected? Is it similar?
 
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A Worksheet has these (read-only) properties:

ProtectContents
ProtectDrawingObjects
ProtectScenarios

So:

If ActiveSheet.ProtectContents = True Then
 
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