For starters, there are a whole ton of cell references and assorted macros that go on behind the scenes. Modify at your own risk and PLEASE do not contact me to fix something that went wrong because you renamed or changed… anything that you wouldn’t have been able to change with sheet protection enabled.
Having said that, while all worksheets have been protected they do not have passwords so simply navigate to Tools -> Protection and select “Unprotect Sheet” for earlier Excel versions (2003 and earlier) whereas select the Review ribbon and “Unprotect Sheet” for later versions (2007, 2010).
Protection was simply enabled to keep accidental changes from being made to ensure macro codes and cell references functioned correctly. Oh, and don’t make fun of my visual basic coding if you’re a programmer and choose to modify macros, I’m not a programmer by trade!
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