[access-uk] Macros

  • From: "Theresa Hodge" <theresa.hodge@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 26 Jun 2005 08:57:41 +0100

HI Everyone

A while ago when I opened Microsoft Word I started getting a message asking
me about enabling macros by Scansoft.  I didn't know why I had started
getting these messages, but because I have Scansoft PDF Converter on my
computer I thought it must have been something to do with that, so I think I
checked the box that said "Always trust macros from this source" or whatever
it is.

Since then when I have opened Microsoft Word I have been getting several
1. "Microsoft Office Word dialog.  This file contains macros with a revoked
or expired signature.  Since you are running under high security levels,
these macros will be disabled".  The only option is to click OK so I do
this.  Then:-
2. "Microsoft Visual Basic Dialog.  The macros in this project are disabled.
Please refer to the online help or documentation of the host application to
determine how to enable macros".  Then I have to click OK or Help.  I choose
OK because I don't want to find out how to enable any macros.
Then Word will finally open.  This happens when I am opening Microsoft Word
from scratch, rather than opening a particular file, say, from Explorer or
an e-mail attachment.

When I open a file from Explorer or an e-mail attachment, I get an
additional message before the first one that says:"Microsoft Office Word
dialog.  The command cannot be performed because a dialog box is open.
Click OK, then close all open dialog boxes to continue".  So I click OK and
the file opens.

Then when I close Microsoft Word I get the message about Microsoft Visual
Basic again and have to click OK before Microsoft Word will close.

   Can anyone tell me what 'shappening here and how I can sort it out?

Theresa Hodge

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