Excel 2002 "Protect Sheet", but Allow "Insert Comments"?


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Guest

When using MS Excel 2002: I have turned on "Protect Sheet" to protect some
formulas from being deleted. Prior to turning on protection I unlocked the
cells that I wanted users to be able to edit. And I have checked the box to
"Allow all users of this worksheet to:" "Select Locked Cells; Select Unlocked
Cells; Format cells; ".

What I *don't* see on the "Protect Sheet" menu is an option to "Allow all
users of this worksheet to: INSERT COMMENTS into unlocked cells.

Do you know of any way that I can allow users to do this, without turning
off the protection in MS Excel 2002?
 
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D

Dave Peterson

Check the "Edit Objects" button.

VP said:
When using MS Excel 2002: I have turned on "Protect Sheet" to protect some
formulas from being deleted. Prior to turning on protection I unlocked the
cells that I wanted users to be able to edit. And I have checked the box to
"Allow all users of this worksheet to:" "Select Locked Cells; Select Unlocked
Cells; Format cells; ".

What I *don't* see on the "Protect Sheet" menu is an option to "Allow all
users of this worksheet to: INSERT COMMENTS into unlocked cells.

Do you know of any way that I can allow users to do this, without turning
off the protection in MS Excel 2002?
 
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