Enable Macro Problem

JPitt

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I currently have workbooks that have auto refresh enabled from external queries (ODBC) data tables as well as VBA code to save on close. I set my security to low to refrain from the macro message box to enable or disable upon opening. I also tried to add digital signature, with the same issue. I can not get the message box from appearing every time the workbook opens.
 

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shajueasow

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Hi,
Welcome to the board.
It is not a good way to keep your macro security level at LOW. It will help others to run codes on your system, without you having any knowledge on that.
 

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