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aroraaj

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I have an excel file.

Is there a way to add a password to it?

Basically anyone can view the file but if they want to make any changes to the file they have the enter the password.

Thanks
 

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VoG

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Try

Tools > Protection > Protect Workbook

Also

Tools > Protection > Protect Sheet
 

texasalynn

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or when you do a save as click on Tools - General Options - add a password to modify, no password for open
 
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