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    Ashvini Sharma
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    Put another way, add a permission to Protect Sheet for Add/Delete table rows. Or, better, separate Protect Sheet permissions for Add table rows and Delete table rows.

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    Dick Watson commented  · 

    The difference between Apple/Google and Microsoft tends to be that the former believe in hiding all of their customerization tricks under the covers and the latter just plops them right there in the open and leaves the users to figure out workarounds to all the bad side effects.

    I'd be hesitant to put this in there--hence unlikely to store .xlsm on OneDrive--because my long experience with Microsoft suggests that the month I put that URI in Trusted Locations, Microsoft will change about how all their back end fakes, like this URI, work and I'll be right back where I started.

    If I open C:\users\myuser\onedrive\mydoc.xlsm. That's what Excel should ACT LIKE it's opening.

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