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As the title says, I would like to protect the formatting of a cell (or a range of cells) in a google spreadsheet, but still allow changing the data in that (or those) cell(s).

For example, I want to add a validation rule on a cell that says the cell has to contain a number between 1 and 10, and I would like others to be able to change the value in that cell, but not the validation rule itself.

How do I do that?

So far I was only able to completely protect the cell (content + formatting) or not at all (the user can change the content as well as the formatting).

To me this seems to be an important functionality when adding access rights to spreadsheets, is it possible that it is completely missing from google spreadsheets?

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