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    Re: force entry only in a declared cell... (2000 sr 1)

    Does <post#=475078>post 475078</post#> solve the problem?

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    force entry only in a declared cell... (2000 sr 1)

    i have this sheet with a cloured cells.
    Is possible to force the use of only a declared cells for entry. (inested lok and un-lok various cells).
    Example:
    User for entry only C6,D6,E6,G6 and G25 (use the same condition for other coulored cells with same coloured format).
    To the default (i have inseret this command in the Event Click of Sheet) go in to cell C6 i put a value here after the Enter key is pressed, got to D6, after the Enter key is pressed goto in to E6, ecc...
    When this entry is ended skip in to cell G25 and insert a value, this is the last entry forced...
    Note: inested the enter key is possible tu use the tab key.

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    Re: force entry only in a declared cell... (2000 sr 1)

    Good but not is possible for every enter key or tab key force to go into nex unprotect cell?

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    Re: force entry only in a declared cell... (2000 sr 1)

    The standard way to do this is to select the cells you want the user to be able to fill in.
    Select Format | Cells...
    Activate the Protection tab.
    Clear the check box Locked.
    Click OK.
    Select tools | Protect Sheet...

    You can include this line in the Worksheet_Activate code:

    EnableSelection = xlUnlockedCells

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