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    Protecting my macros

    I need to send a demo template to somebody. I want him to be able to use it (macros included) but I don't want him to see the code. Is there any way I can "protect" my macros from being seen without keeping them from running smoothly.

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    Re: Protecting my macros

    In VBA, in the Project Explorer window, right-click the project name that you will be sending. You'll find a protection tab that allows you to require a password to view your code.

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    Re: Protecting my macros

    Just make sure that the person receiving the document doesn't have high security switched on in Word, which disables any macros. Tools, Macros, Securty- and select medium ofr low.
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