- Mar 5, 2014
Sorry to bother you with this, just thought there might be a simple answer on your side.I have no idea what d.docs is and doubt the request is coming from Excel as nothing I worked with has any password.
Sorry to bother with this, thought maybe there was a simple answer on our end.
A Google search for d.docs indicates it's something to do with Microsoft's OneDrive, which I don't use so
sorry, I'm afraid I can't help with that.
I too did a Google search and came up with what you did. OneDrive is part of MS Live and I have a MS Live account that uses OneDrive all the time, it's just cloud memory, but I've never been prompted for another PW before
I did a "Live Chat" with MS today and asked about why I'm being prompted for another PW but level one support didn't have the answer so they escalated the issue and gave me a link to level two support.
I was late for the gym so I left as soon as they finished.
But here's the kicker!!
When I got home I opened the workbook again and studied the macro. Then I noticed the "allow macros" warning at the top of the page! I clicked the "allow" option and went to the budget page. The error messages were gone and the cells were populated with the data from last year's Master sheet!
So, it looks like I can dismiss that PW prompt that comes up when the macro runs, because it isn't needed. The macro works perfectly just the way it is! I just have to allow macros when I open the workbook.
I just wish I could figure out a way to avoid that prompt so whoever takes over for me doesn't have to deal with it. Maybe I'll find out tomorrow from level two support.