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Enable macros without prompting - Outlook 2000

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I am using Outlook 2000 and everytime I launch Outlook I am prompted with a message window asking whether I want to enable or disable macros.

I would like to make "Enable macros" as the default, without having to be asked.

Is there a command line parameter that enables macros automatically?
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You need to digitally sign your project file.  This KB article:
http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/q217/2/21.asp

will describe the steps necessary to create a digital cert.  What is left is to go into the VBE and select Tools > Digital Signature > Choose to sign the project.
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That worked perfectly!  Thanks.
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