When you work with Microsoft Excel, you can protect the documents you create by using a password. There are two ways to protect your excel file with a password. First, you can protect the excel file by every time you open the file, excel will ask for the password you created. Second, you can protect it by preventing other people from changing your excel file. It can only make changes when protection has been disabled using the password you created. Protection secondly can be applied to the "Sheet" or "Workbook" in the excel file. You can set this method to prohibit changes to part or all of the documents that you create. What if you forget the password you have created? You cannot change an excel file that has been protected in the “Sheet” or “Workbook” without knowing the password. You can only see without being able to make changes. But you don't have to worry, Bardimin will share how to open excel protection without using a password. How to unprotect Excel "Sheet" in Microsoft Excel 2010 and below In Microsoft Excel 2010 and below, if you forget the password protection, you can open the protection by using Macro VBA. Open your excel file with Microsoft Excel.Press ( Alt + F11 ) to open the Visual Basic Editor.After the Visual Basic Editor window opens, then click “ ThisWorkbook > Insert > Module ”. Then type the following VBA code in the window that appears. Sub PasswordBreaker() 'Breaks worksheet password protection. Dim i As Integer, j As Integer, k As Integer...