I'm running Visio 2003 Pro. I created an empty Macro in a visio doc. Now everytime I open the visio file, I get an annoying Macro security warning. So I delete the macro hoping to get rid of this warning. Nope, it persists. Anyone know how to get rid of the Macro security warning? I would think getting rid of the macros would do it, but no, that would be too easy, wouldn't it? In fact, if I create even a blank visio, then add a blank empty macro and save the doc, then open it, I'll get this pesty warning. Ok, so then I delete the macro, save it and open it again - I get the warning. Now, I know I can copy/paste everything to a brand new empty visio doc, but in this case, my visio doc is 30 pages big with custom props, a custom shapes sheet and an attachment to a database, so it would be a hassle to do it. If there's a quicker way to get rid of this ridiculous warning, I'd like to know how. Please save me from this Microsoft insanity!