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Excel lesson 1

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How to lock cells

How to lock cells

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  • 1. If You Want the Majority of Cells LockedTo lock the majority of the cells on the worksheet, follow these steps:Select the cells that you want to remain unprotected.On the Format menu, click Cells, and then click the Protection tab.Click to clear the Locked check box and click OK.On the Tools menu, point to Protection, and then click Protect Sheet. Type a password ifyou want one, and then click OK.If You Want the Majority of Cells UnlockedTo leave the majority of the cells on the worksheet unlocked, follow these steps:Select the entire worksheet by clicking the Select All button (the gray rectangle in theupper-left corner of the worksheet where the row 1 and column A headings meet), or bypressing CTRL+A or CTRL+SHIFT+SPACEBAR.On the Format menu, click Cells, and then click the Protection tab. Click to clear theLocked check box and click OK.Select the cells that you want to protect..On the Format menu, click Cells, and then click the Protection tab. Click to select theLocked check box, and then click OK.On the Tools menu, point to Protection, and then click Protect Sheet. Type a password, ifyou want one, and then click OK.