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    Question Hide Formulas when others will know the protected password

    I am creating a spreadsheet that I will be sharing with another company that will cross reference both of lines of products. I want to hide the formulas I developed but at least a few employees at the other company will have the password for the protected spreadsheet as well.

    Is there a way to hide the formulas from those that have the protected password as well?

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    Re: Hide Formulas when others will know the protected password

    Well, if someone knows Excel well enough, there's nothing you'll be able to do I believe. One thing you can try though is to go to "Options", then "Advanced", then in the "Display" section, UNCHECK "Show Formula bar".

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