Excel 2010 macro does not work when opening in a network location

I have an embedded macro in an Excel 2010 file. It will pop up a dialog message when the file is opened. It works fine locally on my computer. When I copied the file onto a public folder at work for others to use, nothing fired up. What is missing in the picture? Thanks.
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Roy CoxGroup Finance ManagerCommented:
Have the other users enabled macros>

Is their Macro Security level set High which would stop macros running?
thao-nhiAuthor Commented:
macro settings
the macro settings are as shown but it does not help. Please advise
Roy CoxGroup Finance ManagerCommented:
You should never have security settings set to Low, that leaves you vulnerable yo possibly malicious code.

Can you attach the workbook.
thao-nhiAuthor Commented:
Here is the sample file
Roy CoxGroup Finance ManagerCommented:
Your code is WorkBook event code and should be in the WorkBook module, not a Standard module. It will not work on any computer as it is in your example. See the amended workbook attached

Where to paste code

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