Disable Macro Alert


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doodles82a

I have VBA Code attached to Workbook A. My VBA Code opens Workbook B
in order to extract certain information. Then, my code closes Workbook
B without saving any changes that might have occurred to Workbook B.

Workbook B includes macros. Because my security is set on Medium, I
get the Enable/Disable macro message.

In the same manner in which I can disable the UpdateLinks message, and
without changing my macro security setting, is there a line of code I
can use in Excel 2003 to disable the Enable/Disable macro message?

Thank you.
 
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GS

I have VBA Code attached to Workbook A. My VBA Code opens Workbook B
in order to extract certain information. Then, my code closes Workbook
B without saving any changes that might have occurred to Workbook B.

Workbook B includes macros. Because my security is set on Medium, I
get the Enable/Disable macro message.

This doesn't -USUALLY- happen with 'automated' opening of workbooks
with macros, regardless of macro security level! (Macros in the opened
workbook are automatically enabled)
 
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Gord

You cannot use code to disable the macro warning...........would
defeat the use of security measures<g>

Try creating a digital certificate and sign the book with that.

Use the SelfCert tool from Office Tools.

Sign your workbook B project with that signature..............good
only on your computer...........you can't export the signature key.


Gord Dibben Microsoft Excel MVP
 

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