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    Macro message (98)

    Macro message
    I never created any macros when I developed my form so when I click on my outlook template file I get a message about it containing a mcro & whether or not I want to disable it or not. I added minute code related to some custom properties but no macros, so why am I seeing this?

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    Re: Macro message (98)

    I think any code will trigger that message.

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    Re: Macro message (98)

    This happens whenever you use code. Have you published the form?

    See this thread for details, specifically the solution

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    Re: Macro message (98)

    Yes, any code at all counts as a macro and could trigger the warning. Also, you should only publish the form, not save it. Saving it can create a "one-off" from and also cause the warning. When possible, you should publish the form to a trusted location like the Organizational Forms Library, Personal Forms Library, or a standard or public folder.

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