Protecting and Unprotecting Workbooks in Microsoft Excel





From the Tools menu, select Protection, Unprotect Workbook.
Type the password in the Password box, and click OK.

Unprotecting a workbook
From the Tools menu, select Protection, Unprotect Workbook.
Type the password in the Password box, and click OK.



3 thoughts on “Protecting and Unprotecting Workbooks in Microsoft Excel

  1. I protected sheet 1. Then I copy sheet 1 to sheet 2, sheet 2 is not protected. Anyway that if they copy to sheet 2 is still protecting.

  2. Thank you JR, what I want is if another people copy the sheet 1 (with proctection) and paste to sheet 2, the protection is still on

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