how can i undo this command? WordBasic.disableautomacros

Happy end of the year experts!

 We use AutoMacros (AutoOpen and AutoNew, mostly) alot here.  They work fine for the users, but sometimes i'll need to disable them to run a maintainance thingie or such. I've found the cool (but ancient) command "WordBasic.disableautomacros", which works great.
However...
 When i'm done, and i want to renable the automacs; i don't know how.  I DO know that quitting Word and restarting it does it, but MY QUESTION IS:

Is there a way (command, magic spell, special dance) to start them back up without quitting Word?  If i had a WordBasic book, i'd check into it; but my darn skinflint bosses will only buy me things from THIS millennium. Are any of you experts knowledgable in ancient MS phaseology?  
Thanx
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gilbarAsked:
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R_RajeshCommented:
Hi gilbar,

try, WordBasic.disableautomacros 0
btw you could also try holding down the shift key while opening the doc...

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gilbarAuthor Commented:
Raj, this is all for in macros, so can't use manual stuff. That's why i was so happy when i found the WordBasic thingie. I had tried something like WordBasic.enableautomacros, which (obviously!) didn't work, hadn't tried WordBasic.disableautomacros 0.  I just tried it now, and THANK YOU!!  It works great!  Hope you have a happy new year!

R_RajeshCommented:
thanks for the grade, gilbar. I wish you a very happy new year too.

And here is something for the new year :)
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/release.asp?ReleaseID=26572
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