Remove macro from Excel File

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Under the Tools menu, select Macro. Select the first option, titled Macros. This should show a list of the available macros. Select the one you want to delete, then click on the delete button.

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colbymack said:
Under the Tools menu, select Macro. Select the first option, titled Macros. This should show a list of the available macros. Select the one you want to delete, then click on the delete button.

HTH
Can You use this method.
Under the Tools menu, select Macro then Visual Basic
Editor. In windows Project - VBAProject expand Modules and Select Module1 Click Mouse Right and Remove Module1
and SAVE Workbook
 
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