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New Workbook from Macro Enabled Template Lost Sheet Protection

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    New Workbook from Macro Enabled Template Lost Sheet Protection

    I created a macro enabled template (Locked cells and protected sheet) and when I open a new workbook from this template, the sheet is no longer protected. Why is the protected sheet of the template unprotected in the new workbook?

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    Re: New Workbook from Macro Enabled Template Lost Sheet Protection

    That shouldn't happen. Can you upload the workbook/template without confidential data?
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    Re: New Workbook from Macro Enabled Template Lost Sheet Protection

    xltm is an invalid format so I save it as a macro enable workbook before uploading. Thanks for taking a look.
    Last edited by wthomas206; 07-23-2009 at 06:12 PM.

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