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Add Word Macros to "Trusted Source List"

Posted on 2007-03-17
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Hi,

I have developed a Word VBA Addin.  I have added it to the default Start Up location.  When I open up Word now I get the "Enable/Disable Macros" message.  It seems to suggest I can add the Macros to a "Trusted Source List" so the message doesn't keep appearing.  

How do I add the macros to the "Trusted Source List".

Thanks

nutnut
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by:GrahamSkan
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Unfortunately you will have to have a digital certificate for the code.

You can test it with a program called SelfCert, but that will not give global certification

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/217221

However, this article claims that it can be made to work inside an organisation.
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Graham,

Excellent answer!

Cheers

nutnut
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