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I made a macro a while back in Excel, and I got the Security Warning about enabling or not macros every time I loaded the document. I eventually decided I didn't like the macro anyway and deleted it but kept getting the message. I did put the security down to medium. I'd rather not go any lower than that, but I don't like the fact that I'm always asked whether or not to enable macros in this spreadsheet, because there aren't any in it! Any ideas on how to stop the one worksheet from asking about nonexistent macros?
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Please conrfirm the version of Excel.

Here are some articles that might help:
Office 2003/XP: Remove Hidden Data
MS Article 286394 (this is for Office XP, but may help)
MS Article 827742
FAQ - Excel Macro and VBA
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2003 (Professional Edition)
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On second thought, I checked the links and the final FAQ page helped. I went through all the steps and my problem is solved. Thank you very much!
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Wonderful! :whistling:
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