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#114 Allow editing only in certain cells using Google Sheets

Google Sheets (Google’s answer to Excel), is a really useful online spreadsheet. You’ll need a free Google Drive account to use it, but it has lots of great features – check out these other 1MinuteCPD videos to see what I mean: 1MinuteCPD posts on Google

In this post I’ll show you how to set up a Google Sheet where editing is only permitted in certain cells. This is great for collaborative research, either between colleagues or students. You can allow anonymous editing, or only invite specific people.

Take a look, it’ll only take a minute….

Featured Image: “protected” by Andreas Sautner licenced under  CC BY-NC 2.0

 

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