Protect Document Properties

ManSim

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Hi Community, I have found some informations regarding Excel Document Properties and how to create, edit and delete via VBA - but what I am looking for is: How to protect them!? I want to set the document properties to clearly show that it is MY document and dont want anybody to change that...
Is there any smooth way aside the normal workbook protection with password?

Many thanks in advance for your feedback!
 

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