Class AllowEditRange (Excel VBA)
The class AllowEditRange represents the cells that can be edited on a protected worksheet.
To use a AllowEditRange class variable it first needs to be instantiated, for example
Dim aer as AllowEditRange Set aer = ActiveSheet.Protection.AllowEditRanges(Index:=1)
Here is an example of processing the AllowEditRange items in a collection.
Dim aer As AllowEditRange For Each aer In ActiveSheet.Protection.AllowEditRanges Next aer
Changes the password for a range that can be edited on a protected worksheet.
Password: The new password.
Dim strPassword As String: strPassword = ActiveSheet.Protection.AllowEditRanges(1).ChangePassword Password:=strPassword
Deletes the object.
Returns or sets the title of the range of cells that can edited on a protected sheet.
Removes protection from a sheet or workbook. This method has no effect if the sheet or workbook isn't protected.
If you forget the password, you cannot unprotect the sheet or workbook. It's a good idea to keep a list of your passwords and their corresponding document names in a safe place.
Password: A string that denotes the case-sensitive password to use to unprotect the range of cells. If the range isn't protected with a password, this argument is ignored.
Returns a UserAccessList object for the protected range on a worksheet.
Dim ualUsers As UserAccessList Set ualUsers = ActiveSheet.Protection.AllowEditRanges(1).Users
Adds a range that can be edited on a protected worksheet. Returns an AllowEditRange object.
Dim strTitle As String: strTitle = Dim aer As AllowEditRange Set aer = ActiveSheet.Protection.AllowEditRanges.Add(Title:=strTitle, Range:=)
The following arguments are required:
Returns a Long value that represents the number of objects in the collection.
Dim lngCount As Long lngCount = ActiveSheet.Protection.AllowEditRanges.Count
Returns a single object from a collection.
Index: The name or index number of the object.
Dim aerItem As AllowEditRange Set aerItem = ActiveSheet.Protection.AllowEditRanges(Index:=1)