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Preventing Someone from Recreating a Protected Worksheet in Excel

There are a few ways to prevent someone from recreating a protected worksheet in Excel. One way is to password protect the workbook itself. To do this, open the workbook in Excel and click on "File" in the top left corner. Then, click on "Save As" and select "Tools" from the drop-down menu. Under "General Options," check the box next to "Password protect this workbook." Enter a password and click "OK."

Another way to prevent someone from recreating a protected worksheet in Excel is to password protect the worksheet itself. To do this, open the workbook in Excel and click on the worksheet tab that you want to protect. Then, click on "Format" in the top menu bar and select "Protect Sheet." Enter a password and click "OK."

You can also prevent someone from recreating a protected worksheet in Excel by hiding it. To do this, open the workbook in Excel and click on the worksheet tab that you want to hide. Then, click on "Format" in the top menu bar and select "Hide Sheet."

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