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    How to use standard protect-formula for column while keeping formula active in column. Don't want anyone attempting to input data in these cells. I've used "Comment" saying "NO Data Entry Required: formula will determine", but want a backup protection. Can this be done without a password?

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    On 2002-04-12 10:22, KATHWUN wrote:
    How to use standard protect-formula for column while keeping formula active in column. Don't want anyone attempting to input data in these cells. I've used "Comment" saying "NO Data Entry Required: formula will determine", but want a backup protection. Can this be done without a password?
    Go to Format/Cells/Protection click locked and hidden. Then to Tools/Protect/Protect Worksheet. Enter without password

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    Accomplished! Thank you, Brian.

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