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Can individual columns be password protected for separate people, so that others can view information but only change data in their column?

  • What version of Excel? Would everyone be using Excel with macros? – Canadian Luke Apr 29 '13 at 23:30
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Yes. You need to be connected to an Active Directory domain. Then you can select a range and go Review > Allow Users to Edit Ranges.

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Click the New button and set a password

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Click the Permissions button and then add users or groups from your domain address book

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As with all other cell protection, this only applies after the sheet is protected.

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