Macro error notification in Word 2003  
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icestormz





PostPosted: Fri Jan 26 19:50:40 CST 2007 Top

MS Word Errors >> Macro error notification in Word 2003

I have a problem with Word 2003. I get a warning window from Microsoft Visual
Basic stating that "The macros in this project are disabled."

Help says I might have opened the doc with macros disabled. But I am never
asked when opening any Word doc whether I want to open it with macros
disabled or enabled. This warning appears when I open and close any Word doc
- even a new doc with no content. This is very annoying, and as always with
Microsoft problems, the help files are of no use whatsoever.

Problem started when I attempted to install the Symantec Winfax macro for
Word. There were always other macros enabled in Word and they never produced
any macro warnings or windows. For example, I have a macro that allows me to
print a Word doc as a pdf file, which still functions.

Changing the macro security settings does not resolve this problem.

I can see no way to remove a macro, or turn off this warning. Clicking on
any of the macros in the Tools/Macro/Macros window leaves the Delete option
grayed out. I'm willing to live without the Winfax macro, and just want to
get rid of this warning. Any advice appreciated.

Word50  
 
 
garfield-n-odie





PostPosted: Fri Jan 26 19:50:40 CST 2007 Top

MS Word Errors >> Macro error notification in Word 2003 http://service1.symantec.com/SUPPORT/faxprod.nsf/a74513c210251d318525688d004c147a/a73f9932c55b97ef88256f1d00680bd9?OpenDocument&src=bar_sch_nam&seg=hm



> I have a problem with Word 2003. I get a warning window from Microsoft Visual
> Basic stating that "The macros in this project are disabled."
>
> Help says I might have opened the doc with macros disabled. But I am never
> asked when opening any Word doc whether I want to open it with macros
> disabled or enabled. This warning appears when I open and close any Word doc
> - even a new doc with no content. This is very annoying, and as always with
> Microsoft problems, the help files are of no use whatsoever.
>
> Problem started when I attempted to install the Symantec Winfax macro for
> Word. There were always other macros enabled in Word and they never produced
> any macro warnings or windows. For example, I have a macro that allows me to
> print a Word doc as a pdf file, which still functions.
>
> Changing the macro security settings does not resolve this problem.
>
> I can see no way to remove a macro, or turn off this warning. Clicking on
> any of the macros in the Tools/Macro/Macros window leaves the Delete option
> grayed out. I'm willing to live without the Winfax macro, and just want to
> get rid of this warning. Any advice appreciated.

 
 
Stovo





PostPosted: Sat Jan 27 17:12:00 CST 2007 Top

MS Word Errors >> Macro error notification in Word 2003 Thanks garfield-n-odie!

The link provided all that was necessary to take care of the hateful popup
warning.

Interesting tho that the Winfax Pro installer describes the Word macro as
"Microsoft Word 2002 (or later)"

Thanks again



> http://service1.symantec.com/SUPPORT/faxprod.nsf/a74513c210251d318525688d004c147a/a73f9932c55b97ef88256f1d00680bd9?OpenDocument&src=bar_sch_nam&seg=hm
>

>
> > I have a problem with Word 2003. I get a warning window from Microsoft Visual
> > Basic stating that "The macros in this project are disabled."
> >
> > Help says I might have opened the doc with macros disabled. But I am never
> > asked when opening any Word doc whether I want to open it with macros
> > disabled or enabled. This warning appears when I open and close any Word doc
> > - even a new doc with no content. This is very annoying, and as always with
> > Microsoft problems, the help files are of no use whatsoever.
> >
> > Problem started when I attempted to install the Symantec Winfax macro for
> > Word. There were always other macros enabled in Word and they never produced
> > any macro warnings or windows. For example, I have a macro that allows me to
> > print a Word doc as a pdf file, which still functions.
> >
> > Changing the macro security settings does not resolve this problem.
> >
> > I can see no way to remove a macro, or turn off this warning. Clicking on
> > any of the macros in the Tools/Macro/Macros window leaves the Delete option
> > grayed out. I'm willing to live without the Winfax macro, and just want to
> > get rid of this warning. Any advice appreciated.
>
>