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Hello

I am using Word 2000.

I ran the 'Remove Webtoolbar' macro & then deleted the macro.

Even though there are now no macros in the document, the 'Disable/Enable
Macro' dialogue box is displayed when I reopen the document.

How can I stop the dialogue box being displayed?

Many thanks.

Rachael


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Did you also delete the module where the macro was inserted? In the
Visual Basic Editor, click Project Explorer on the View menu. In the
Project window, is there a Modules folder for the document? Open it.
Then right-click the module and choose Remove. The Visual Basic Editor
asks if you want to export the module. Usually, you may want to do so
(to keep the code), but in this case it won't be necessary, so you
could choose "No." Save and close the file.

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"Rachael F" wrote in message
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Hello

I am using Word 2000.

I ran the 'Remove Webtoolbar' macro & then deleted the macro.

Even though there are now no macros in the document, the

'Disable/Enable
Macro' dialogue box is displayed when I reopen the document.

How can I stop the dialogue box being displayed?

Many thanks.

Rachael







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Default Disable/enable macro dialogue box

Thanks very much Stefan. That's sorted it.

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

Did you also delete the module where the macro was inserted? In the
Visual Basic Editor, click Project Explorer on the View menu. In the
Project window, is there a Modules folder for the document? Open it.
Then right-click the module and choose Remove. The Visual Basic Editor
asks if you want to export the module. Usually, you may want to do so
(to keep the code), but in this case it won't be necessary, so you
could choose "No." Save and close the file.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


"Rachael F" wrote in message
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Hello

I am using Word 2000.

I ran the 'Remove Webtoolbar' macro & then deleted the macro.

Even though there are now no macros in the document, the

'Disable/Enable
Macro' dialogue box is displayed when I reopen the document.

How can I stop the dialogue box being displayed?

Many thanks.

Rachael








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Default Disable/enable macro dialogue box

Glad I could help.

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"Rachael F" wrote in message
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Thanks very much Stefan. That's sorted it.

"Stefan Blom" wrote:

Did you also delete the module where the macro was inserted? In

the
Visual Basic Editor, click Project Explorer on the View menu. In

the
Project window, is there a Modules folder for the document? Open

it.
Then right-click the module and choose Remove. The Visual Basic

Editor
asks if you want to export the module. Usually, you may want to do

so
(to keep the code), but in this case it won't be necessary, so you
could choose "No." Save and close the file.

--
Stefan Blom
Microsoft Word MVP


"Rachael F" wrote in message
...
Hello

I am using Word 2000.

I ran the 'Remove Webtoolbar' macro & then deleted the macro.

Even though there are now no macros in the document, the

'Disable/Enable
Macro' dialogue box is displayed when I reopen the document.

How can I stop the dialogue box being displayed?

Many thanks.

Rachael











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