Range.FormulaHidden Property (Excel)

Office 2013 and later
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Returns or sets a Variant value that indicates if the formula will be hidden when the worksheet is protected.

expression .FormulaHidden

expression A variable that represents a Range object.

This property returns True if the formula will be hidden when the worksheet is protected, Null if the specified range contains some cells withFormulaHidden equal to True and some cells with FormulaHidden equal to False.

Don’t confuse this property with the Hidden property. The formula will not be hidden if the workbook is protected and the worksheet is not, but only if the worksheet is protected.

This example hides the formulas in cells A1 and B1 on Sheet1 when the worksheet is protected.

Sub HideFormulas() 
 
 Worksheets("Sheet1").Range("A1:B1").FormulaHidden = True 
 
End Sub

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