Excel macro not running on one PC running on other

I have  2010 excel file that has several macros in. File is protected.
I have problem with running macros on one pc with W7 and Office 2010 but not on others.
Macro is started with button.  When I open  the file on I got cross instead cursor when I am moving over buttons.
 File is located in trust location on the PC.
I checked set up for macros in Trust Center, Customize Ribbon, Developer tab  and they are enabled.

What could be issue?
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Phillip BurtonDirector, Practice Manager and Computing ConsultantCommented:
On all the computers, try this:

Open the workbook in Excel.
Press Alt+F11.
Press Ctrl+G.
Type in
Press Enter.

This will let you know if macros are running.
These five updates caused problems in December:

Especially KB2553154  stopped macros cold.  Uninstall this in Windows updates on that computer to see if that helps.  We have it declined in WSUS

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SNDTech ShapiroDirector of ITCommented:
Removing KB2553154 worked for me!
TarasAuthor Commented:
Thanks a lot
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