Resizing Rows and Columns on a Protected Worksheet

SSjmg2477

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Is there a way to protect a worksheet with a macro, but set some attribute so that the users would still be able to resize rows and columns?
 

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Smitty

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If you're in v.2003 you can set that (maybe in 2002 as well).

Prior to that though and you'd need to give them a mechanism to unprotect/size/reprotect.

Why not use AutoFit in your code?

HTH,

Smitty
 

Oaktree

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In Excel 2002 or later, try:

Code:
ActiveSheet.Protect "your password here", AllowFormattingColumns:=True, AllowFormattingRows:=True
 

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