In Excel 2003 it says I have Excel 4.0 Macros suddenly?

MattOCUSA

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How can I find the Excel 4.0 Macros (assuming I really do have them suddenly for some reason) so I can delete them once I find them?

I need to digitally sign my project and it will not allow me to do so, saying I suddenly have 4.0 macros?

Thank You,
Matt
 

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Matt

For future reference, you will only find them:

1. In existing code where the method:

ExecuteExcel4Macro()

has been used.

2. In Names, where the actual XLM4 macro function has been used.

They won't appear directly in Excel cells.

EDIT Oh and presumably in old-style macro sheets (which used to hold macro code before VBA and code modules) - I must admit I've never seen these in any workbooks I've ever used, but most versions of Excel are backwards compatible to accommodate.
 
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Thanks for the info, I really apppreciate it!

I've always wondered about those Excel 4.0 macros, I know there is some way to view 4.0 Macro Sheets (worksheets of something I guess)? I read about it before but never paid attention to them as I never had to use them before but I remember that there is some different method to make them visible? Just unhiding sheets alone doesn't reveal them, (I'm just recalling what I read before). Now that were talking about it, if anyone knows what the heck I'm talking about regarding viewing 4.0 macro sheets, please sound off.

Matt
 
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