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Posted on 2011-03-14
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I just opened my Excel 2003 and all my macros are missing.  Where do I find them
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by:jppinto
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Alt+F11 takes you to the Visual Basic Editor. Did you checked there to see if the macros are there?
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by:Cathy_Ryan
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Yes, and it opened an empty book.  I didn't delete them, but, it looks like the entire personal macro book is missing.  Do you know where the file is located?
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by:Rory Archibald
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Which version of Windows?
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by:Cathy_Ryan
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XP professional version 2002
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Then it's usually in:
C:\Documents and settings\username\application data\microsoft\excel\XLSTART

note that the 'application data' folder is hidden by default so you need to enable explorer to show hidden files and folders.

However, the first thing I would check is in Excel: click the Help menu, then About Microsoft Office Excel, then click the 'Disabled Items...' button in the bottom right corner and see if Personal.xls is listed as being disabled.
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by:Cathy_Ryan
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Thank you for your help.  I contacted my IT Help department, and they have not gotten back to me yet.  You are a great help to me.  Thank you again
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