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Old February 4th, 2004, 04:18 AM
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Can anyone tell me how to get rid of the annoying security warnings? I don't get the Jet one just the other. Microsofts help isn't very clear on how to do this easily (besides lowering the security level to Low)

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Hi, One way is to lower the security settings. Undert Tools | Macro | Security. Set the level to medium or low. The default is high.

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"All hope abandon, ye who enter here" is the inscription fashioned by Dante for the gates of Hell.

It is also appropriate for those who embark on having VBA code in Office 2003.

Sorry, couldn't resist. You just have to understand, If you don't work for Microsoft, you won't be allowed to write code anymore. At least not any which can be executed;)





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