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Mrs.Meeker
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remove a deleted macro

I recorded a macro and then later decided I didn't need it. I went in to tools, macro, macros and selected it and then deleted it. I still get the enable macros when I open this file. I read that I had to go into Visual Basic Editor and remove it, but when I go there, there is nothing to remove. Can you tell me how to remove this enable macros message now that there are no macros in this file?

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Mrs.Meeker

Post Tue Mar 25, 2003 4:19 pm 
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kamiel
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Is there a module attached to your workbook in Visual Basic Editor?

If yes, use File - Remove Module

Mikael

Post Tue Mar 25, 2003 4:24 pm 
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Mrs.Meeker
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Thank you so very much!

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