Sheet Protection

tim240

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Joined
Oct 23, 2002
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I sheet protected one sheet in a workbook and I must have entered the password twice incorrectly. I have tried every combination with and without cap locks. Is there any way for me to look up what I entered or go around the protection?
 

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Corticus

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Apr 30, 2002
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Welcome,

Try running this macro(thanks to Juan Pablo)

Code:
Sub SheetPassword()

ActiveSheet.Protect "", , , , True

ActiveSheet.Range("a1").Copy ActiveSheet.Range("a1")

With ActiveWorkbook
.Protect "", True, True
.Unprotect
End With

End Sub

HTH,
Corticus
 

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