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    Certificates (MSO2003)

    UPDATE:

    I get a message that the certificate is not trusted because I didn't install it in the (Root Certificate Stor).

    ??

    CWB
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    I had to fix this recently, and not allowing for my Alzheimer's I forgot to take notes... Now I can't get into my Outlook macros because the certification is screwed up.

    Last time I had to find and delete the old ones, and then recreate...

    Where the heck are they? And am I missing a step?

    Chuck
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    Re: Certificates (MSO2003)

    I found my answer and it's easier than the way I was shown last...

    First I ran "SelfCert.xe" located at "C:Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeOFFICE11SELFCERT.EXE"; this gave me the certificate (the one I had before was made like this, but was not trusted. Read on...

    THEN if you run the Certificate Manager (%windir%system32certmgr.msc), you can drag the made certificate, which DOES show up and drop it into the Trusted Root Certificates Authorities folder.

    You'll get a warning message, but since this is a certificate you create yourself, you can trust it, so it then becomes authorized.

    Then when you go into Outlook, and then macros, you can (finally) choose to "Always trust macros from ...", And you're off and running!

    No problem, what?

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    Chuck Billow
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    Re: Certificates (MSO2003)

    BTW guys, I found the solution to my problem in Woody's book, "Using Office 2003".

    Great book...

    Chuck
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