I tried this and it still doesn't seem to allow for any formatting capabilities. User Alert System provided by - Copyright © 2019 DragonByte Technologies Ltd. The default value is False. So while the autofilter actions are allowed manually, the macro execution fails. You need to be fully ware that, If you use the Protect method with the UserInterfaceOnly argument set to True on a Worksheet, then save the workbook, the entire worksheet not just the interface will be fully protected when you reopen the workbook.
See screenshot: Now the worksheet is protected and all objects in this protected worksheet are editable. I can guarantee 9 times out of 10, one of my strategies will get you the answer s you are needing faster than it will take me to get back to you with a possible solution. The default value is False. Note: This code can refresh the external data in protected worksheet which imported from Access, Text as well as Excel file. See the Workbook Modules section from if you're unsure how to do this sorry that the page looks a bit crappy but I'm in the middle of renovating! However, I have encountered a new problem: When I open the file and try the auto filter manually, it works perfectly; I can even record the autofilter process as a macro.
If the value is True then it protect scenarios. The default value is False. Watch this video tutorial carefully and learn how to do this and much more. The default value is False. The default value is False. When such a Worksheet is encountered your macro may well no longer work and display a Run Time Error. I'm having problems with a macro that should a Turn worksheet protection on for a specific worksheet b Require a password to turn it off c Allow filtering, while worksheet protection is on.
For each loop Here is an example of how For Each loop is constructed. Free Excel macros are a great way to save time and eliminate errors. If the value is True to protect the user interface, but not macros. AllowFiltering: Its Optional parameter and Boolean type Input. It's not part of any question or solution I'm posting. I've used the macro recorder, as Kristy suggested, and it shows this code: Code: sh. This is part of a larger AutoExecute macro that does a number of other things, which all work fine.
So I'm a little lost with your last instruction; I don't want to put the command outside the 'for each' loop, and it's already in front of the line that had the password and protect method. However, after I save the file and exit and then reload the file, the autofilter fails. AllowInsertingColumns: Its Optional parameter and Boolean type Input. The goal is to have the finished workbookA with some cells locked, and some unlocked. Any advise will be greatly appreciated. Any examples would be really appreciated also. For a chart, this protects the entire chart.
I am using Excel where certain fields are allowed for user input and other cells are to be protected. How to allow external data refreshing in protected worksheet? Name 'protect the rest Case Else ws. To call the permission at runtime call the procedure from the ThisWorkbook Open event. The worksheet protection is still maintained. The default value is False.
I am looking for the end user to retain formatting abilities, so should my script read as outlined below? Not sure if this is relevant, but all cells on the worksheet are locked, except for row 1, which contains the filter column headers. I figure my two choices are: 1 start with template unprotected, paste info in, then protect it 2 start with template protected, unprotect it in vba, paste in info, protect it Any suggestions as to the best approach? You have to reset that option each time the book is opened. Dave - I just was playing around and realized that if I just click cancel on the password pop-up, the macro works. We can record a macro to get the basic code and then modified to suit our needs. This of course would mean your Worksheet fully unprotected.
Feedback Buttons provided by - Copyright © 2019 DragonByte Technologies Ltd. I attempted to put the EnableSelection parameter on the protect line, but Excel didn't like that. In the protected worksheet, press the Alt + F11 keys simultaneously to open the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications window. If you want to set the UserInterfaceOnly to True on all Worksheets and they have the same password you can use this code which must be placed in the same place as the above code. Press the F5 key to run the code. This argument is valid only for worksheets. Use the to post nicely formatted tables in your forum posts.
Also, another method would be to unprotect the worksheet, make the necessary changes, and then protect the worksheet again. The default value is False. In the procedure below we are protecting all of the sheets except the interface sheet. The problem is that when it protects it, the parameters are such that you can select locked and unlocked cells. Chances are this post did not give you the exact answer you were looking for. The cell on the visible, protected worksheet should display the value from the hidden worksheet using a simple formula.
When the workbook open the permission will be live. And if so, which version of the code in this tutorial will best be suitable. I wish you the best of luck and I hope this tutorial gets you heading in the right direction! So i tried using unprotecting all the sheets and then at the end of all the macros protecting the sheets back, but to no avail it has helped me. True allows the user to delete columns on the protected worksheet, where every cell in the column to be deleted is unlocked. Unfortunately, this now limits any other sort of formatting functionality. Can anyone point it out to me please? Any insight into this situation would be appreciated. This can do, but I would like to get rid of the pop-up if possible.