[mso] Re: OXP Macro Errors

Perfect!  Thanks, Neil!!

tj

-----Original Message-----
From: Neil Atwood [mailto:natwood@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]=20
Sent: Thursday, May 09, 2002 4:10 PM
To: mso@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [mso] Re: OXP Macro Errors


From memory, this problem was fixed with an update from Adobe.

T.J.'s collegue should go to Adobe's website and grab the latest update
to Acrobat - there have a couple to v5.

Regards

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     :-----Original Message-----
     :From: mso-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx=3D20
     :[mailto:mso-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Dian Chapman
     :Sent: Friday, 10 May 2002 5:23 AM
     :To: mso@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
     :Subject: [mso] Re: OXP Macro Errors
     :
     :
     :
     :Yes. And furthr to Greg's obviously correct comments, I'd=3D20
     :also go back
     :to Adobe or whomever and ask them why the hell they=3D20
     :haven't popped for
     :the $400 to get a damn digital signature so you could use=3D20
     :their stuff
     :properly without the hassle! If the company is apparently=3D20
     :SELLIING these
     :addon templates in some way, you'd think they could use a=3D20
     :little of the
     :profits to make the product less of a hassle by doing it right!
     :
     :Personally, if I paid money for a software product addin=3D20
     :that DIDN'T
     :have a digital signature to allow it to be properly installed so
     :security warnings would no longer be an issue...I'd send=3D20
     :it back and
     :demand a refund! If it's free, I'd evaluate just how=3D20
     :important it is to
     :my work and dump it if it's not vital.
     :
     :
     :Dian Chapman
     :Technical Consultant,
     :Microsoft MVP & TechTrax Editor
     :
     :Tutorial web site: http://www.mousetrax.com
     :TechTrax Ezine: http://www.mousetrax.com/techtrax/
     :Word MVP support site: http://www.mvps.org/word
     :Microsoft support groups: http://support.microsoft.com
     :
     :
     :-----Original Message-----
     :From: mso-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx=3D20
     :[mailto:mso-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
     :Behalf Of Greg Chapman
     :Sent: Thursday, May 09, 2002 8:55 AM
     :To: mso@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
     :Subject: [mso] Re: OXP Macro Errors
     :
     :
     :
     :She probably has two macro laden templates at work here.=3D20
     :The palmapp.dot
     :file is the first one to examine. I'm unfamiliar with it=3D20
     :but it appears
     :to be a template that supports document transport between=3D20
     :her PDA and
     :the desktop. It's also possible that you'll find other=3D20
     :templates in that
     :path that are being loaded and triggering the macro=3D20
     :security message.
     :
     :Any template that is stored in the startup directory will=3D20
     :be loaded by
     :Word at startup so, if you and the user aren't=3D20
     :comfortable moving the
     :macro security to medium and allowing the macros to be=3D20
     :enabled, you need
     :to remove the templates from this directory.
     :
     :Greg Chapman
     :http://www.mousetrax.com=3D20
     :"Counting in binary is as easy as 01, 10, 11!
     :With thinking this clear, is coding really a good idea?"
     :
     :
     :> -----Original Message-----
     :> From: mso-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
     :> [mailto:mso-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Higley, T.J.
     :> Sent: Thursday, May 09, 2002 8:23 AM
     :> To: mso@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
     :> Subject: [mso] OXP Macro Errors
     :>=3D20
     :>=3D20
     :> We have a user who has been upgraded from Office 2000 to
     :> Office XP. She's suddenly started getting error messages=3D20
     :> every time she launches Word or Outlook or opens an email=3D20
     :> message.  Word is her email editor. Here's the message:=3D20
     :> C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office Contains macros by=3D20
     :> Adobe System Inc. Macros may contain viruses.  It is always=3D20
     :> safe to disable macros, but if the macros are legitimate, =
you=3D20
     :> might lose some functionality. The security level is set to=3D20
     :> High.  Therefore, you cannot enable macros from sources =
that=3D20
     :> you do not trust.
     :>=3D20
     :>=3D20
     :>=3D20
     :> If she clicks Enable Macros, Outlook proceeds to open the
     :> message.  But she gets another, very similar message=3D20
     :> referencing the file C:\Program Files\Microsoft=3D20
     :> Office\Office10\Startup\Palmapp.dot.
     :> Are there macro options somewhere within Word that might be=3D20
     :> causing her problem?  I've checked her IE Internet settings=3D20
     :> (accessed thru control panel or thru Outlook) and all zones=3D20
     :> are set to default.  I've verified that all zone settings =
are=3D20
     :> similar to a PC which is not having problems.
     :> =3D20
     :> Any ideas?
     :> tj
     :> =3D20
     :> TJ Higley
     :> Customer Support Specialist
     :> Taylor University - Upland, IN
     :> (765) 998-4044
     :> =3D20
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