1Start Excel. Download and open the file named Exp19_Excel_Ch12_ML1_HW_MembershipDues.xlsx. Grader has automatically added your last name to the beginning of the filename.02Click cell A1, delete the template text, and type Membership Dues.23Delete Column L.04Select the range A1:L7 and clear all data validation that was included in the template.05Add a comment in cell A1 that says “Unprotect the worksheet before editing.”. Be sure to enter the comment as it appears, including the period and excluding the quotation marks.126Use the Macro Recorder to record a macro named Sort that sorts the records in ascending order based on selection (Hint: use relative references when recording the macro).27Ensure the Developer Tab is enabled, then create a Form Control Button named Sort spanning the cell range C1:D1 (ensure that the button is inside the cell borders), and assign the Sort macro. Be sure the label is displayed on the Form Control Button.98Use the VBA Editor to insert a new module named Unprotect. To complete the step, type the code as it appears below. Note there is one blank line after the opening declaration (sub Unprotect). The remaining code does not have space between lines.
Worksheets(“Member List”).Unprotect.Password = “eXploring”
09Insert a new module named Protect. To complete the step, type the code as it appears below. Note there is one blank line after the declaration (Sub Protect). The remaining code does not have space between lines. Type the following to complete the procedure.
Worksheets(“Member List”).protect.Password= “eXploring”
010Exit the VBA Editor and create a Form Control Button named Unprotect spanning the cell B1. Assign the UnprotectWorksheet macro. Be sure the label Unprotect appears on the Form control button. Then save the file as a macro enabled workbook.911Create a Form Control Button named Protect spanning the cell E1. Be sure to display the label Protect on the Form Control Button and then assign the Protect macro.912Use the Document Inspector to check the document for issues. Remove the Document Properties and Personal Information and the Headers and Footers information. Do not remove Comments and Macro information. Note: If using a Mac, please skip this step and proceed to step 13.213Check the document for Accessibility and compatibility with Excel 2010, 2013, and 2016.014Insert a new worksheet named Code.1015Open the VBA Editor, open module 1, and copy the code. Paste the code in the Code worksheet starting in cell A1. Then delete the rows that are blank (2,4,5, and 6).1516Open the VBA Editor, open the Protect module, and copy the code. Paste the code in the Code worksheet starting in cell A17. Delete any additional blank rows that appear in the code (row 18).1517Open the VBA Editor, open the Unprotect module, and copy the code. Paste the code in the Code worksheet starting in cell A22. Then delete any additional blank rows that appear in the code (row 23).1518Save and close Exp19_Excel_Ch12_ML1_HW_MembershipDues.xlsx. Be sure to save the workbook as a .xlsx file, not a macro enabled workbook. Exit Excel. Submit the file as directed.0
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