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How to lock cells in excel mac shortcut

Locking cells in an Excel spreadsheet can prevent other users from accidentally or deliberately changing the data in those cells. It can also stop users from moving, inserting, or deleting cells that you don't want them to change. In this article, we'll show you how to lock cells in Excel for Mac.

The first thing you need to do is select the cells that you want to lock. You can do this by clicking on the cell or range of cells that you want to lock. Once you've selected the cells, click the 'Format' tab at the top of the screen.

In the 'Format' tab, click on the 'Protect Sheet' button. This will open the 'Protect Sheet' dialog box.

In the 'Protect Sheet' dialog box, you'll see a number of options that you can select. The first option is 'Select locked cells'. This option will prevent users from selecting locked cells. The second option is 'Select unlocked cells'. This option will allow users to select unlocked cells. The third option is 'Format cells'. This option will allow users to format cells. The fourth option is 'Format columns'. This option will allow users to format columns. The fifth option is 'Format rows'. This option will allow users to format rows. The sixth option is 'Insert columns'. This option will allow users to insert columns. The seventh option is 'Insert rows'. This option will allow users to insert rows. The eighth option is 'Delete columns'. This option will allow users to delete columns. The ninth option is 'Delete rows'. This option will allow users to delete rows. The tenth option is 'Sort'. This option will allow users to sort the data in the spreadsheet. The eleventh option is 'Use Autofilter'. This option will allow users to use the Autofilter feature. The twelfth option is 'Pivot Tables'. This option will allow users to create pivot tables. The thirteenth option is 'Objects'. This option will allow users to insert objects. The fourteenth option is 'Scenarios'. This option will allow users to create scenarios. The fifteenth option is 'Drawing Objects'. This option will allow users to insert drawing objects. The sixteenth option is 'Charts'. This option will allow users to insert charts. The seventeenth option is 'Macros'. This option will allow users to run macros. The eighteenth option is 'Protected view'. This option will allow users to open the file in Protected view. The nineteenth option is 'Enable content'. This option will allow users to enable content. The twentieth option is 'Edit objects'. This option will allow users to edit objects. The twenty-first option is 'Edit scenarios'. This option will allow users to edit scenarios. The twenty-second option is 'Edit charts'. This option will allow users to edit charts. The twenty-third option is 'Edit macros'. This option will allow users to edit macros. The twenty-fourth option is 'Enable editing'. This option will allow users to enable editing. The twenty-fifth option is 'Password'. This option will allow you to set a password for the file. The twenty-sixth option is 'Confirm password'. This option will allow you to confirm the password for the file. The twenty-seventh option is 'Sheet'. This option will allow you to protect a sheet. The twenty-eighth option is 'Workbook'. This option will allow you to protect a workbook. The twenty-ninth option is 'Windows'. This option will allow you to protect a window. The thirtieth option is 'Structure'. This option will allow you to protect the structure of a workbook. The thirty-first option is 'Windows and structure'. This option will allow you to protect a window and the structure of a workbook. The thirty-second option is 'Formatting and formulas'. This option will allow you to protect formatting and formulas. The thirty-third option is 'User interface only'. This option will allow you to protect the user interface only. The thirty-fourth option is 'No change'. This option will allow you to make no changes to the file. The thirty-fifth option is 'Yes'. This option will allow you to make changes to the file. The thirty-sixth option is 'No'. This option will not allow you to make changes to the file. The thirty-seventh option is 'Cancel'. This option will cancel the operation. The thirty-eighth option is 'Help'. This option will provide help for the dialog box.

Once you've selected the options that you want, click the 'OK' button. This will close the 'Protect Sheet' dialog box.

You've now successfully locked the cells in your Excel spreadsheet.

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