Excel Guides

Unprotecting Groups of Worksheets in Excel

There are a few different ways that you can unprotect groups of worksheets in Excel. One way is to use the Unprotect Sheet command. This command is found under the Review tab, in the Changes group. You can also find it by right-clicking on a protected sheet tab and selecting Unprotect Sheet from the menu that appears.

Another way to unprotect groups of worksheets is to use the Unprotect Workbook command. This command is also found under the Review tab, in the Changes group. You can also find it by right-clicking on the workbook name in the Excel file tabs and selecting Unprotect Workbook from the menu that appears.

If you have forgotten the password for a protected sheet or workbook, there are a few ways to try to recover it. One way is to use an online password recovery service. Another way is to use a brute force attack with a specialized piece of software. These methods are not guaranteed to work, but they may be worth a try if you cannot remember the password.

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