Can't run macro in Excel 07 after upgrading from 03

Since upgrading from excel 03 to 07 I'm now unable to run a macro in a workbook.

I get the error when attempting to run it -

Cannot run the macro "workbookname.xls'!Sheet1.ParseComments'.  The macro may not be available in this workbook or all macros may be disabled.

I have macros enabled, and the trust access to VBA project object model enabled.  I also have the vba applications installed that come with the office 07 setup.

It was working fine before the upgrade to 07.

Any help would be good, ta.
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In Excel 2007, macro-enabled workbooks must be saved as .xlsm
Is it still .xls or .xlsx?

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When you open the Excel 2003 file and save as a 2007 file, save as "Excel Macro-Enabled Workbook (*.xlsm). Otherwise, all macro will be removed in .xlsx format.
timestreamAuthor Commented:
Saved it as a macro enabled workbook, but the error still came up.
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Is the Macro actually in "this" workbook?
If you open the xls, then hit Alt-F11 and click on various sheets and the "workbook" node itself, can you see any VBA code?
Lucian ConstantinTrainerCommented:
How the macro is run - using the workbook name?... if YES then chark your reference to point to the workbook.XLSM.
Rory ArchibaldCommented:
Move your macro to a normal module rather than a worksheet code module, and you should be fine.
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