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You may protect any sheet using the submenu item 'Protect Sheet...' either using the context menu of its tab or via the main menu item 'Tools'.
Please note that the protection with a password done this way is weak. It can be removed from the file by means every interested user may know. It just is working in the opened document.

You may protect any sheet using the submenu item 'Protect Sheet...' either using the context menu of its tab or via the main menu item 'Tools'.
Please note that the protection with a password done this way is weak. It can be removed from the file by means every interested user may know. It just is working in the opened document.

I want to expressly state that I don't know what the strange second submenu item 'Protect Spreadsheet...' under the main menu item 'Tools' should be good for.

You may protect any sheet using the submenu item 'Protect Sheet...' either using the context menu of its tab or via the main menu item 'Tools'.
Please note that the protection with a password done this way is weak. It can be removed from the file by means every interested user may know. It just is working in the opened document.

I want to expressly state that I don't know what the strange second submenu item 'Protect Spreadsheet...' under the main menu item 'Tools' should be good for.
I now would judge this is what formrly was labeled more clearly 'Protect Document'. (See also my comment below.)

You may protect any sheet using the submenu item 'Protect Sheet...' either using the context menu of its tab or via the main menu item 'Tools'.
Please note that the protection with a password done this way is weak. It can be removed from the file by means every interested user may know. It just is working in the opened document.

I want to expressly state that I don't know what the strange second submenu item 'Protect Spreadsheet...' under the main menu item 'Tools' should be good for.
I now would judge this is what formrly was labeled more clearly 'Protect Document'. Document', and should even better be called 'Protect Sheet Properties'. (See also my comment below.)

You may protect any sheet using the submenu item 'Protect Sheet...' either using the context menu of its tab or via the main menu item 'Tools'.
Please note that the protection with a password done this way is weak. It can be removed from the file by means every interested user may know. It just is working in the opened document.

I want to expressly state that I don't know what the strange second submenu item 'Protect Spreadsheet...' under the main menu item 'Tools' should be good for.
I now would judge this is what formrly formerly was labeled more clearly 'Protect Document', and should even better be called 'Protect Sheet Properties'. (See also my comment below.)