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About macro security
In Excel, you can set a macro security level to control what happens when you open a workbook that contains a macro. For example, you can choose to run macros b...
Change or remove protection of worksheet or workbook elements
Change or remove the protection or password of a worksheet, workbook, or a range of cells. You can also modify user permissions.
Change the security level for macro virus protection
Cool things you can do with Office 2010 The Office Blog Security Because macros can contain viruses, be careful about running them. Take the following precaut...
Excel 2003, PowerPoint 2003...
Choosing the macro security level that's right for you
Applies to Microsoft Office Excel 2003 This article was written by Curtis Frye, the author of Microsoft Office Excel 2003 Programming Inside Out . Visit Microso...