Worksheet password

jeffblk

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Sep 19, 2006
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Hello:
Is there a way to place a password on a worksheet so users that do not have the password cannot open or view it? If so, how do you do that?
Thanks
Jeff
 

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Lewiy

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Go to SaveAs and click the Tools dropdown on the top right of the SaveAs dialog box. Select General Options. Here you can enter open and modify passwords. Then save the document and it will be protected.
 

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