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How to Use DoneEx XCell Compiler 2.0 to Protect Your Excel Files

If you are looking for a way to protect your Excel files from unauthorized copying, editing, or viewing, you might want to try DoneEx XCell Compiler 2.0. This software allows you to compile your Excel files into standalone executable files that can run on any Windows computer without requiring Excel installation. You can also add a password, a trial period, or a hardware locking feature to your compiled files for extra security.

In this article, we will show you how to use DoneEx XCell Compiler 2.0 to protect your Excel files in a few simple steps.

Step 1: Download and Install DoneEx XCell Compiler 2.0

The first thing you need to do is to download DoneEx XCell Compiler 2.0 from the official website[^1^]. The zip file contains the installer and the crack file. You need to extract the zip file and run the installer. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the installation.

After installing the software, you need to copy the crack file and paste it into the installation folder. This will activate the full version of the software and remove any limitations.

Step 2: Open Your Excel File and Configure the Settings

Next, you need to open your Excel file that you want to protect with DoneEx XCell Compiler 2.0. You will see a new tab called "DoneEx" on the ribbon. Click on it and then click on "Compile" to open the settings window.

Here, you can customize various options for your compiled file, such as:

The output file name and location

The application icon and version information

The password protection and encryption level

The trial period and expiration message

The hardware locking and registration key generation

The splash screen and EULA display

The VBA code protection and compilation

The formula protection and obfuscation

The workbook protection and hiding

The worksheet protection and hiding

The cell protection and locking

The macro protection and disabling

The ribbon protection and customization

The add-in protection and embedding

The external file protection and embedding

You can also use the "Advanced" tab to access more options, such as:

The command line arguments and environment variables

The registry keys and values

The file associations and extensions

The digital signature and certificate

The custom code injection and execution

The custom message boxes and dialogs

The custom error handling and logging

The custom events and triggers

You can use the "Help" button to access the online documentation for more details on each option.

Step 3: Compile Your Excel File into an Executable File

Once you have configured all the settings for your Excel file, you can click on "Compile" to start the compilation process. Depending on the size and complexity of your Excel file, this may take some time. You can monitor the progress on the status bar.

When the compilation is finished, you will see a message box informing you that your Excel file has been successfully compiled into an executable file. You can click on "Open Folder" to locate your output file or click on "Run" to test it.

Your output file is now ready to be distributed or used on any Windows computer without requiring Excel installation. You can rest assured that your Excel file is protected from unauthorized copying, editing, or viewing by anyone. 061ffe29dd


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