How do you get outlook to allow the Visual Basic Macros to automatically be allowed

Posted on 2006-04-21
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
I created a Visual Basic script which forces users to enter a subject line.

However, every time I start Outlook, it asks me if I wish to enable the Macro.

I want to trust this Macro so that I do not have to click Enable every time
Question by:andrefortier7
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    Expert Comment

    Hello andrefortier7,

    you can lower your macro security setting to low or medium i think low will do
    1. in outlook  click tools
    2. then macros, click security
    3. set it there
    4. close outlook

    open again and try it

    hope this helps a bit
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    Accepted Solution

    Greetings, andrefortier7.

     Self-sign the macro.  There are instructions for doing that here.

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    Expert Comment

    there is another way without resorting to low macro security and that is self certify the macro

    Author Comment



    that's exactly what I wanted!!!

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