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Hello, if you are using a vb program, i know a code that will allow you to make a password protect your programs. But you are prompt to enter it in every time you start the program.
Private Sub Form_Load()
passwordbox = InputBox("Please Enter Key")
If passwordbox = "Put Your Password Here!" Then
Else: MsgBox "You have entered the wrong password"
You can try this. Hope this can help you in some way :)
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sheets (.xlm files in Excel 4.0).
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