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VBA / Excel / Access / Word » Excel » Range 
Show Edit Ranges
 
Sub ShowEditRanges()
    Dim ws As Worksheet, ual As UserAccessList, aer As AllowEditRange
    Set ws = ThisWorkbook.Sheets("Protection")
    For Each aer In ws.Protection.AllowEditRanges
        Debug.Print aer.Title, aer.Range.Address
    Next
End Sub

 
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