Insert a row in a protected worksheet

Neil D

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Joined
Jun 27, 2002
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Hi All,

just wondering if its possible to protect a worksheet and still be able to insert a row or column in excel?

Thanx

Neil
 

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t4373125

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Jun 26, 2002
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52
It's no possible but you can use this macro:

ActiveSheet.Unprotect
Selection.Insert Shift:=xlDown
ActiveSheet.Protect
 

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