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如何在受保護的工作表中對鎖定的單元格進行排序和過濾?

通常,不能編輯受保護的工作表,但是在某些情況下,您可能希望允許其他用戶在受保護的工作表中進行排序或過濾,您該如何處理呢?

允許在受保護的工作表中排序和過濾


允許在受保護的工作表中排序和過濾

要在受保護的工作表中進行排序和過濾,您需要執行以下步驟:

1.選擇一個範圍,您將允許用戶對其進行排序和過濾,然後單擊 數據 > 篩選 添加 過濾圖標 到範圍的標題。 查看截圖:
doc允許過濾器排序1

2.然後保持選中範圍,然後單擊 回顧 > 允許用戶編輯範圍。 看截圖:
doc允許過濾器排序2

3。 在裡面 允許用戶編輯範圍 對話框中單擊 全新 顯示 新範圍 對話框中,為範圍命名。 看截圖:

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4。 點擊 OK 回去 允許用戶編輯範圍 對話框,然後單擊 保護工作表。 看截圖:
doc允許過濾器排序5

5。 在裡面 保護工作表 對話框中,在 密碼: 取消保護工作表文本框,然後在允許該工作表的所有用戶列表中進行檢查 分類 使用自動篩選 選項。 看截圖:
doc允許過濾器排序6

6。 點擊 OK,然後在 確認密碼 對話。 請點擊 OK 完成保護紙。 看截圖:
doc允許過濾器排序7

然後,用戶可以在此受保護的工作表中進行排序和過濾

小費。 如果需要保護多個工作表並允許用戶對其進行排序和過濾,則可以申請 保護工作表 的效用 Excel的Kutools 一次保護多張紙。請免費試用Kutools for Excel 首先,然後按照以下步驟進行操作。

1.完成允許用戶編輯指定工作表中的範圍的前三個步驟後,單擊 Kutools 加 > 保護工作表。 看截圖:
doc允許過濾器排序8

2。 在裡面 保護工作表 對話框中,選擇要保護的圖紙,然後單擊 Ok 顯示下一個對話框,輸入並重新輸入密碼,然後檢查 分類使用自動篩選 in 允許該工作表的所有用戶進行 名單。
doc允許過濾器排序9

3。 點擊 Ok。 現在將彈出一個對話框,顯示已保護了多少張紙,如下圖所示。 請點擊 OK 按鈕將其關閉。
doc允許過濾器排序10

現在,所有指定的工作表均已受到保護,但可以排序和過濾。

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Bonjour,

J'ai été confronté à ce problème sur PC il y a un temps. Je confirme la manip. Mais aujourd'hui, je suis sur Microsoft 365 sur Mac et malheureusement je ne trouve pas le même menu dans 'Révision'. Le menu "Autoriser les utilisateurs à modifier les plages" est inexistant.

Que faire ?

Merci d'avance
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Ok so my issue is that i have the protection on and the fields people can edit - so only certain fields are locked. happy days.

however Only the filter works when protected and not sort :(

ive allowed sort and auto filter on the options but still no joy with sorting

any ideas
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This is a great solution for something that has puzzled me for years.
However, I just need one further tweak. 🤔

When unprotected, the table in my worksheet allows me to add additional rows by entering a new item in Column A and all formulae in the table is copied down to the new row.

When I protect the worksheet using the method above it now allows filtering and sorting, but it won't create a new row.

I have tried selecting "Format cells", "Format rows" and "Insert Rows" to no avail.
Any idea how I can achieve this functionality in a protected worksheet?
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Hi, sw_77, if you want to insert rows in a protect sheet, just tick Insert rows checkbox in the Ptrotect Sheet dialog when protecting sheet.
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Hi
Doing the above still blocks the users from making any of the changes listed.

One probably needs to find a way to define which users i.e. "any" can do the allowed changes to the protected document.

Under point 4. above is the option to define "Permissions". If one do not change here, none gets the permissions.
But then how does one change that?

//Johan
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I tried to do so:
the result is that, yes, user can sort and filter
... and can also modify the locked cells in the selected range (the whole range is containing locked and unlocked cells)
thus, this is NOT a useful way to protect the sheet, I can leave the sheet unprotected and will have the same result ...
however thanks for yur usual suggestions
I will investigate more ... :-)
cheers
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Hi Fabio, to solve this, when selecting the properties for the sheet protection, do NOT select the option "select locked cells" this will avoid someone from using/changing those cells.
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OMG! you did it... you beautiful sob, that's it. been researching for a solution to this for a good 8 hours over 3 days now. So simple. Thank you!
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This solved my issue! Couldn't figure out why columns couldn't still be filtered... I was missing the checkbox to allow for sort and auto filter. I've bookmarked this page :)
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This also changed the way cells react to clicks. i.e. Protection: Allow users to "select locked cells" no longer rejects attempted changes, but removes protection altogether and allows changes to the data in the cell... and ... Disallowing "select locked cells" will no longer allow you to copy any locked cells. Trade-offs for allowing sort/filter on a protected sheet. pls correct me if I'm wrong.
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Here's my issue. I have a Table with several columns and lots of rows. I want people to be able to edit certain columns, filling in the information they gather, sort/filter by any column, and be able to select and copy data from any cell, but not change values in columns they are not entering information into. A = ID, B = Title, C = Description, D = Type, E = Who Knows It?, F = Completed by. They should be able to sort/filter any column and copy from any cell, but they should only be able to edit D, E, and F. Is this possible?
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I have a solution for you. ... Use "Format Cells" to unlock the columns you want users to be able to change. Then use the method shown here create a range (your table) that users can edit. Then, when you protect the sheet, select the options for autofilter and sort AND deselect the top option to let users "select locked cells" .... if you put in no password for the range protection, then users can sort and filter the range, make changes to unlocked cells, and can't touch the formulas they shouldn't!
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I agree with MJ. This solution makes it so users can make almost any change they want within the "edit ranges" area, including deleting locked and hidden formulas. The sheet might as well be unlocked. 
1) Not change the values. Not see or change or delete the formulas.2) Sort and Filter on any of the 60 columns3) Select areas (of locked cells) and copyThe suggested method allows 2) and 3) but could allow users to inadvertently delete data in cells.  
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Hi, Daniel, just select the cells you allow others edit, format them to unlock in format cells dialog, then protect the sheet, now only the unlocked cells can be edited.
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However when you protect the sheet and allow filter too, the "Clear Filter" button in the Data tab gets greyed out and user is not able to clear the filter, rather they have to go to each filter and manually clear them. Is there any way to keep the "Clear Filter" option active even after protecting the worksheet?
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has anyone come up with a solution to this question? I'm still trying to figure this out.
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3 years later. Still searching for a solution.
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I had the same issue, solved it with a Macro. So I added a Button and signed following macro to it, see below.

It doesn't solve my issue with sorting. Following the steps above, I have a similar file converted to a table, the sorting still doesn't work.


Sub Reset_All_Filters()
'
' Reset_All_Filters Macro
' will reset all the slicers in the dashboards
'

'
Dim cache As SlicerCache
For Each cache In ActiveWorkbook.SlicerCaches
cache.ClearManualFilter
Next cache

End Sub
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Sorry Mark, I have tried, cannot solve this problem. If you find the solution, please let me know, thank you.
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I have the same question. I would love to know the answer to Abhijt's question, if there is one.
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i m having this problem as well. Do wish for an answer if any ^^
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very helpful! it fixed my filter issue with protected worksheets
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