Password Protecting Parts of an Excel Document

The last tip I gave you was on how to protect parts of a Microsoft Word document. In this tip, I’m going to show you how to do the same thing in Microsoft Excel. The example I’ve got open on-screen has got two cell ranges (C12:O17 and C31:034) that we want people to be able… Keep Reading

Password Protecting Parts of a Word Document

There are plenty of documents you might want other people to fill out for you. These documents could be form letters, or like the example in the video, a time card. Regardless of what type of document is involved, you only want people to be able to edit parts of the document. Since you want… Keep Reading