Overruling macro security

mivar

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We need to use Excel in a server environment and perhaps that isn't so easy (before Excel 12)....

One of the things bugging us is the macro warning messages. On the clients you could have different choices on this setting but when they start our sheet which is a hosted excel version embedded in an application there is no need for the warning.

Is there any way to prevent it from asking to run macros for our specific templates (when security is set to medium)

Then again - switching to low would perhaps be the optimal.
 

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