In Excel 2007 and newer, click on the Review tab and select Unprotect Sheet. If you see Protect Sheetinstead of Unprotect Sheet, then the worksheet is not password protected.
In Excel 2003 and earlier, follow this menu string:
Tools --> Protection --> Unprotect Sheet
If the worksheet has a password, you will need to enter the password to unprotect the worksheet. If there is no password, just leave the password section blank.
Unprotect the page where you want to use the Merge and Center command. When a worksheet is protected, you will not be able to use any of the commands that change the appearance of the worksheet.
No, you can not password protect only a part of a worksheet, you must protect the entire worksheet. However, you can format everything, except the section you want to protect, to unprotect. That way, when you turn the worksheet protection on you can set the protection status to allow access only to unprotected cells.
A worksheet is a single page in a workbook.
Create a blank worksheet.
If this feature has been protected then you must "unprotect" the worksheet first. If you do not have the password to do this then I'm afraid you are using a spreadsheet in which the creator did not want you to change such things (and they probably had a good reason to do so).
at the bottom of the worksheet
Yes, a chart in Excel is created from data that has been selected in the worksheet.
Excel is a spreadsheet application. It can have charts and worksheets in it.
There are 3 sheets when you open a new excel worksheet and they are labelled Sheet1, Sheet2, and Sheet3.