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    Cert Sigs (MSO2K)

    Here I am again with just enough info to be dangerous:

    I was trying to choose a sig certificate for my macros... And I got an error (attached).

    How do I erase my current sig(s) so I can re-certify a signature?

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    Re: Cert Sigs (MSO2K)

    You're on the wrong track. What you need to do is to Export the certificate and then Import it using the Contents Tab (Certificates button) in Control Panel|Internet Options. Have a search on this board using the words

    export import certificate

    and you should be able to find a thread setting out all the detailed steps. (It's not the most intuitive of processes.)

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    Re: Cert Sigs (MSO2K)

    unkamunka:

    OK, thanks.

    Chuck
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