Writing in Locked Cells
Is there a way to show which cells have been locked without having to check each cell? I have a very large spreadsheet with multiple worksheets. There are only a few areas within each worksheet that are not locked so the user can input information. The rest of each worksheet is locked and shows various calculations. I need to make sure that the locked cells are indeed 'locked'.
I have a worksheet in which I have some locked and some unlocked cells. I protected my sheet without the option of being able to select locked cells.
Is it possible for SOME of the cells that I locked to be selectable as well, but not editable, while keeping most of them unelectable?
For example, COLUMN A: LOCKED, COLUMN B: UNLOCKED, COLUMN C: SELECTABLE ONLY
I have two cells in my spreadsheet which will not lock when I password protect the sheet, even though I have made sure that the "locked" box is ticked in Format Cells/Protection. The cells below them lock perfectly but for some reason these two will not.
The strangest thing is that it was working 100% and then the next time I opened the sheet it suddenly wasn't.
Please help! I don't want to have to remake the entire bo
I want my users to enter data in certain cells, and to stay out of others. The cells that are locked vary and I arranged this via VBA with .locked. All very nice.
Now I would like to arrange that the user can only enter numbers and not text. If I do this via excel Data > Validation, I seem to loose overrule the lock-code in VBA, so all my cells are unlocked (also the ones that I want to be locked).
Further, I would like to lock the lay-out of cells which are unlocked for entry.
One other thing: I would like to overrule the standard message that pops up when clicking a locked cell.
I have an Excel 2007 spreadsheet with a combination of locked and unlocked cells. However, when I protect the spreadsheet I am still able to select and change the value of cells that are supposed to be locked.
I have confirmed that the cell format is set to "Locked" and the only options selected when I protect the sheet are "Select locked cells" and "Select unlocked cells".
Why am I still able to change the value in the cells that are supposed to be locked?
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