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    Creating Multiple User Screen

    Hey Guys,

    I am not able to work on this.

    I need to create a login screen on excel.

    There are 10 users who use the excel file.

    So i want to give them all a different user ID and a password so that they can enter to access the excel file.

    How do i do that using VBA?

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    Re: Creating Multiple User Screen

    We will need more information than that.

    What is the purpose of 'logging in'? Is it to restrict access to only those 10 users or to identify who has made changes to data?

    Will each user have their own sheet to work on or will they all update the same?

    Will there be a need for simultaneous multiple user access to the file?

    Could you attach a desensitized sample workbook?

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    Re: Creating Multiple User Screen

    Hey,
    thank you for your reply

    There are 10 people who use the excel file to enter product details and make invoices.

    Product details are enterted in Sheet "Product"
    Invoices are made through Sheet "Invoice".


    So I basically want to track who makes invoices, who enters product details.

    This is to ensure that they dont blame each other when there is a problem with invoicing and products.

    I have a sheet "tracker" which tracks few details when a user makes invoices and enters product details.


    I want to make the security tight for the file.

    I have attached the sheet.
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    Last edited by anilpatni1234; 07-01-2018 at 07:39 AM.

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    Re: Creating Multiple User Screen

    If you're already using VBA to record information why not use Environ$("UserName") to record that too?

    If file security is a requirement here then be warned that Excel is NOT very secure at all.
    If I were one of your staff and wanted to change data to blame someone else for something, it would take me seconds to break the protection you put in place.

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    Re: Creating Multiple User Screen

    Hey sure. Thanks.

    I would try that.

    Thank you for guiding.

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