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How to Lock Cell Formulas in Excel

How to Lock Cell Formulas in Excel

There are a few ways to lock cell formulas in Excel. One way is to use the "Protect Sheet" function. To do this, select the "Protect Sheet" option from the "Review" tab. A dialog box will appear in which you can select the users who are allowed to edit the sheet and the type of editing they are allowed to do. You can also password protect the sheet.

Another way to lock cell formulas is to use the "Protect Workbook" function. To do this, select the "Protect Workbook" option from the "Tools" tab. A dialog box will appear in which you can select the users who are allowed to edit the workbook and the type of editing they are allowed to do. You can also password protect the workbook.

A third way to lock cell formulas is to use the "Protect Cells" option. To do this, select the "Protect Cells" option from the "Format" tab. A dialog box will appear in which you can select the users who are allowed to edit the cells and the type of editing they are allowed to do. You can also password protect the cells.

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