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Topic # 24931 7-Aug-2008 08:58
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When opening a password-protected Excel workbook, is there a way to automatically populate a default (stored) password into the password box so that the password does not need to be manually entered?  I have not found a way to do this within Excel.  Is there possibly an Excel add-in that anyone is familiar with that could accomplish this? 


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  Reply # 154872 7-Aug-2008 10:22
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Could you not just remove the password?  If not, I'm sure there's a command line option for entering the password automatically - Google should know.

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