MACRO

sbaxter4

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I sent a spreadsheet to a friend and the box to enable or disable macro didn't pop up why did that happen?
 

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royUK

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Your friend's security might be set such that it doesn't allow macros
This message was edited by royUK on 2002-10-07 10:56
 

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ActuaryGuy

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If using Excel 2000 or later, the Macro security could be set to accept only "signed macros from trusted sources"

To change that go to
Tools - Macro - Security
and select medium security level.
This message was edited by ActuaryGuy on 2002-10-07 12:29
 

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