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VBA Visual Basic for Applications (Microsoft) FAQ


How do I protect a VBA Project in Excel? by LoNeRaVeR
Posted: 12 Apr 01

  1) Open Excel
  2) Open the file that contains the VBA Project to protect
  3) Press ALT+F11 to open the Visual Basic Editor
  4) Press Ctrl+R if the Project Explorer isn't displayed
  5) Right-Click on the any item in project to protect
  6) Select the VBA Properties... menu item
  7) Select the Protection tab
  8) Click the Lock project for viewing checkbox
  9) Enter your password
10) Confirm your password by entering it again
11) Click the OK button

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