FAQ: Handling Data - Protecting Data

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“(1) Protect this sheet! Once you’ve done that, try to edit any cell. You should see an error message pop up.”
-Easy enough, worked as expected
“(2) Edit cell C17 below to be unlocked even when the sheet is protected, then reprotect the sheet.”
-I don’t see a way to do this, even if formatting of cells is left unlocked in step 1. Has this option been removed from Excel?