I am trying to make changes to several excel sheets at the same time. I have a macro that will unprotect a sheet and make all the changes required and then print out the results. Is there a way to unprotect a set of sheets that are grouped together? I need to change about 2400 sheets real quick!
Hey, I can't believe how quickly you answered this! I put this into my macro with the following results. (1) It worked great-on (2) sheets. What do I need to add to get it to unprotect all the sheets? (2) How can I get this to run together with the other macro?:)
Hi Matrix -
The code Will posted will unprotect ALL worksheets in the active workbook (if the unprotect password is the same on all sheets). If you are working on multiple workbooks at the same time, you would need to run the loop for each workbook.
To get it to run with your other macro, you can either put the 4 lines of code as the beginning of your macro (the Dim line - through the Next ws line) - or - you can Call it from your main macro
Put the line - - -
in your macro where you need the sheets to unprotect.
Hope this helps.
Originally posted by Richie(UK)
Actually there is a slight typo in Will's code. The unprotect line should read:
ie it should reference the 'ws' worksheet variable and not the Activesheet, which doesn't change in the code.
:biggrin: Cheers Ed! I'll have to stay off the beer.....
Just wanted to thank you guys for all your help. Is this a great site or what?!!!