Macros are disabled because the security level is set to High and a digitally signed Trusted Certificate is not attached to the macros. To run the macros, change the security level to a lower setting (not recommended), or request the macros be signed by the author using a certificate issued by a Certificate Authority.
You may encounter this error for the following reasons:
Macro security is set to High and you selected Disable when prompted by the macro warning dialog when opening the file, or the macro was unsigned and was automatically disabled by the application
If the macro was signed and you chose the Disable button when prompted to accept the certificate for the macro when the file was opened, you can use the following procedure to enable the macro:
Close the file and any other instances of the application currently running on the computer (this may include closing any applications using portions of the application you are currently running, such as Outlook which can use Word, database applications, and others).
Open the file again and examine the certificate of trust details and set the Always trust macros from this publisher box if you trust the certificate issued by the publisher.
Click the Enable button to allow the macro to run.
If the macro was not signed (no attached certificate of trust) and you have v
Microsoft Office 2003
Vendor: Microsoft Corporation
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