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How to assure a MsOffice apps doesn't open up a malicious VBA hidden code

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Microsoft ExcelMicrosoft WordVBAMicrosoft PowerPointMicrosoft Office
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We were assisted by EE in a question that made us place this question.  The insert that's reponsable is "it is actually possible to craft a non-addin PowerPoint macro-enabled file".  

That said, is setting our ms office apps to the most secure settings (macro) is the only way to protect ourselves from a powerpoint or word/excel/mail for that matter?  Also, is there a way to view he VBA contents without opening it (powerpoint/excel/wor)?
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Jamie Garroch (MVP)
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