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  Asked By: Richard    Date: Oct 30    Category: MS Office    Views: 1054
  

May I know how can I protect/unprotect my worksheets with password
using VBA macro?

Below is the example of protecting/unprotecting worksheet code without
the password:-

Protect:
ActiveWorkbook.Sheets("Current Database").Protect DrawingObjects:=True,
Contents:=True, Scenarios:=True

Unprotect:
ActiveWorkbook.Sheets("Current Database").Unprotect

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2 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered By: Amy Brown     Answered On: Oct 30

ActiveSheet.Unprotect "Password"
ActiveSheet.Protect "Password"

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Mandy Harvey     Answered On: Oct 30

It's actually very simple.
If you want your password  to be something like: "CreativePassword"
then use:

ActiveWorkbook.Sheets("Current Database").Protect "CreativePassword"
ActiveWorkbook.Sheets("Current Database").UnProtect "CreativePassword"

Remember, that you should also password protect  your vba  module
so that users can't look at the module to determine the password!

 
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