MACRO ENABLE/DISABLE

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mrbeanyuk

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Hi there. Yet another question.......

I know this is a longshot, but is there a way that when a spreadsheet is opened, when you click on Disable Macros it kicks you out yet when you click enable it will let you in?

Thanks!
 

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Cbrine

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The best solution I can come up with, would be to make all your sheets XLVeryhidden, and have the workbook_open event unhide these.
If the user disables macro's, no worksheet will be visable, if they press enable macro's the sheets will be visable.

HTH
Cal
 
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