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    Macros Blocked (Outlook 2003)

    Update 2:

    I had right-clicked the IE icon on the desktop, gone to Properties / Content, found the signature I had created there, clicked the Advanced tab, and made sure ALL purpose boxes were checked.

    Then, when I went back into Outlook, and tried to execute a macro, a dialog came up allowing me to "trust" the macros from "this" source. Then it worked.

    Sorry and thanks to all....

    CB

    Update:

    I got it... I'm not *positive* how (or why)... I'll try to reproduce, and document it this time... Should have noted as I went, but I blew that. Anyway, I'll be back if I can reproduce the steps...

    CB
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    I get this error when I try to execute one of my macros.

    I copied the vbaproject.otm file from a backup. I 'know' that this has triggered some type of security lock. But I cannot find how to unlock it.

    I show NO sources to mark as trusted when I look on the Security tab, even though I created a distal signature using selfcert.exe.

    I know I went through this with Outlook 2000, but what I was trying didn't seem to work.

    What do I do to unlock these, so I don't have to re-do them all?

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    Chuck Billow
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    Re: Macros Blocked (Outlook 2003)

    I can't answer your question about how to unlock it, but you shouldn't have these problems if you export your code to .VBA, .CLS and .FRM files, as applicable, rather than copying the OTM file, and reimport them to a fresh .OTM if your OTM goes bad.

    It would also be helpful if you posted to your original thread <!post=here,489626>here<!/post>.
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    Re: Macros Blocked (Outlook 2003)

    John:

    I don't see where to export / import the macros....?

    How do I move this post once it's started?

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    Re: Macros Blocked (Outlook 2003)

    Within the VBE, select the Module and File | Import/Export, or right click the Module | Import/Export. Within the VBE, select the Project, only Import is available.

    You can't directly move a Post. (You could have recreated this post in the other thread easily by copying the content into a new post, then deleting this post, but now I have replied, that would leave this reply meaningless.)
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    Re: Macros Blocked (Outlook 2003)

    John:

    K, thanks.

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    Re: Macros Blocked (Outlook 2003)

    John:

    As suggested, I "moved" this over to the VBA forum... thanks.

    Chuck
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