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Excel Form & Protection Help


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SadiesMom

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In an Excel file, I have two radio buttons in a group. I need for people to click one or the other. However, I need to protect the whole worksheet. When I protect the worksheet the radio buttons cannot be clicked. I have unprotected them, but they still won't allow the user to click them.
How can I protect the worksheet, but allow for the radio buttons to be clicked?

Thanking you in advance.
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Jonesey

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Are you still in Design Mode by any chance? That will produce what you're seeing
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Hello Jonesey,
Nope, not is design mode. And all cell attributes are unlocked. Yet everytime I try to protect the worksheet the radio button are not accessible. I'm just not understanding what I'm doing wrong : (
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