How to Delete Macros in Outlook 2003 in VBA

Posted on 2010-01-04
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
I need to be able to delete a macro that I have put into Outlook 2003. It doesn't seem to work properly and I am not sure how to delete them.
Can anyone help?

Question by:dmh01
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    by:Dave Brett
    • Press Alt & F11 together to get to the Outlook VBE
    • press Ctrl R to bring up the 'Project Explorer' window (if it isn't already visible)
    • right click your code model, and pick 'Remove Module XXX'
    • Alt & F11 back to Outlook

    Author Comment

    Thanks for the help but it was unsuccessful. 'Remove Module' is grayed out. Any other ideas?
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    First open the outlook as adminstrative privilleage. Then follow the steps
    On the Tools menu, point to Macro, and then click Security.
    Go to security level tab and set it to Low.
    Click the Trusted Sources tab.
    Click the source you want to remove from the list.
    Click Remove.
    Go to security level tab and reset it back to High.
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    Expert Comment

    by:David Lee
    Hi, dmh01.

    You can also simply select the code and press Delete.

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