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Hvordan forhindres, at specifikt celleindhold slettes i Excel?

Denne artikel taler om at forhindre, at specifikt celleindhold slettes i Excel. Du kan opnå det med metoderne i denne artikel.

Forhindre, at specifikt celleindhold slettes ved at beskytte regnearket
Forhindre, at specifikt celleindhold slettes ved hjælp af VBA-kode


Forhindre, at specifikt celleindhold slettes ved at beskytte regnearket

Som standard er alle celler i regnearket låst. Hvis du vil forhindre, at specifikt celleindhold slettes, og gøre andre celler redigerbare efter beskyttelse, skal du gøre som følger.

1. Klik på i øverste venstre hjørne af regnearket for at vælge hele regnearket. Tryk derefter på Ctrl + 1 nøgler til at åbne formater celler dialog boks.

2. I popping up formater celler fjern dialogboksen Låst mulighed under Beskyttelse fanebladet, og klik derefter på OK knap. Se skærmbillede:

3. Vælg de celler, du ikke ønsker, at indholdet skal slettes, tryk på Ctrl + 1 taster for at åbne formater celler dialogboksen igen, skal du kontrollere Låst mulighed under Beskyttelse fanebladet, og klik derefter på OK .

4. Klik nu anmeldelse > Beskyt ark, derefter angive og bekræfte din adgangskode i begge Beskyt ark , bekræft password dialogbokse.

Nu er regnearket beskyttet. Og det angivne celleindhold slettes ikke mere.


Forhindre, at specifikt celleindhold slettes ved hjælp af VBA-kode

Udover de to ovennævnte metoder kan du køre VBA-kode for at forhindre, at specifikt celleindhold slettes i et regneark. Gør som følger.

1. Åbn regnearket, der indeholder det celleindhold, du ikke vil slette, højreklik på fanen Ark, og klik derefter på Vis kode fra højreklikmenuen.

2. Kopier og indsæt nedenstående VBA-kode i kodevinduet på Microsoft Visual Basic til applikationer vindue.

VBA-kode: Undgå, at specifikt celleindhold slettes i Excel

Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)
    If Intersect(Target, Range("A1:E7")) Is Nothing Then Exit Sub
    On Error GoTo ExitPoint
    Application.EnableEvents = False
    If Not IsDate(Target(1)) Then
        Application.Undo
        MsgBox " You can't delete cell contents from this range " _
        , vbCritical, "Kutools for Excel"
    End If
ExitPoint:
    Application.EnableEvents = True
End Sub

Bemærk: I koden er A1: E17 det område, som celleindholdet du forhindrer i at blive slettet. Du kan ændre rækkevidden ud fra dine behov.

Fra nu af, når du prøver at slette celleindhold fra område A1: E17, får du en Kutools til Excel dialogboks som vist nedenstående skærmbillede, skal du klikke på OK .


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Hi,

This is exactly what I was looking for, but it doesn't work for me...
This says: "End Sub expected"

Can you help me ?

Thanks :)
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This is great. I was wondering if this was an option and sure enough it was. Thank you for the very easy instructions.

Andres S.
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No, I meant NOT to allow deletion (without protecting the wks or wkb).

It is nice the above works at Wks level.

If there is something to make it work at wkb level it would be even better (I have many sheets)

G
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Is it possible to do something similar at workbook level?

Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)
If Intersect(Target, Range("A1:M7000")) Is Nothing Then Exit Sub
On Error GoTo ExitPoint
Application.EnableEvents = False
If Not IsDate(Target(1)) Then
Application.Undo
MsgBox " You can't delete cell contents from this range " _
, vbCritical, "Kutools for Excel"
End If
ExitPoint:
Application.EnableEvents = True
End Sub
This comment was minimized by the moderator on the site
Hi Gelu,
Do you mean to prevent the range "A1:M7000" from being deleted in all worksheets of the current workbook?
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Thank you for the valuable information.
Regarding the below VBA:
Private Sub Worksheet_Change(ByVal Target As Range)
If Intersect(Target, Range("A1:E7")) Is Nothing Then Exit Sub
On Error GoTo ExitPoint
Application.EnableEvents = False
If Not IsDate(Target(1)) Then
Application.Undo
MsgBox " You can't delete cell contents from this range " _
, vbCritical, "Kutools for Excel"
End If
ExitPoint:
Application.EnableEvents = True
End Sub

The above will allow execution within a certain specified range. It does not allow the addition of new rows. Is there a way that new rows can be added yet maintaining the same protection.
thanks and regards
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Hi Oussama Abou faraj,
After trying with various methods, I can't seem to get this to work. After adding a new row, the area will be locked Immediately and the newly inserted cell cannot be edited.
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Hello, this code works well, however deleting row/collumn will bypass it. Is there any workaround to this? Cheers, David.
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Hi David,
Which Excel version are you using? I have tried the code, entire rows and columns in the specified range can't be deleted after applying the code.
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"Prevent specific cell contents from being deleted by protecting the worksheet"I did as per your guideline, still cell information could be deleted i.e. protection does not work. Any solution.
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Hi Ahsan,
Did you apply the VBA method?
You need to add the VBA to the worksheet code window. Supposing the cell contents you want to protect are in Sheet9, please right click the sheet tab and select View Code from the context menu, and then directly copy the code into the code window as the below image shown.
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VBA Code - Great Tip thanks

Is there a VBA code to Prevent specific cell contents from being modified AND deleted in Excel?
Usual protecting sheet does not work for me as I lose the ability to sort data?

Thanks in advance - Neil
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If you don't wan to look your sheet or write VBA code, then I use a simple technique that prevents from any override except for when they use the "DELETE" key (backspace won't be allowed, but Delete is hard to stop). What I did is added a data validation with the following settings:

1) Allow --> List

2) uncheck "Ignore blank" and "in-cell dropdown"

3) In the source enter two double quotes (i.e., "")

4) In Error Alert tab, check "Show error alter after invalid data is entered", select "Stop" for style, then enter an error message and description (e.g., Don't override)
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Hi,
Thanks for sharing.
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Hi there,

I just tried the VBA script and while it works really well in most situations. However it doesn't work when you tab from an editable cell into the non-editable column/cell. The problem arises in that it throws the error message up - as commanded - but it doesn't keep the data that was entered in the original, editable cell which was tabbed from.

Would you have an amendment to the script so that it accepts the data in the editable cell when you tab into un-editable?

Cheers
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Good day,
I tried as you mentioned in your case, but no error throws. Would you provide a screenshot of your case or tell me your Office version?
Thanks for your comment.
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