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    Macro Security Setting (2002/SR2)

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    Re: Macro Security Setting (2002/SR2)

    Try Phil Rabichow's <!post=Systematic Approach to Behavioral Problems in Word (97/2000),197827>Systematic Approach to Behavioral Problems in Word (97/2000)<!/post>.

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    Re: Macro Security Setting (2002/SR2)

    > I simply copy the macro, delete it, and paste it back.

    I don't understand your scenario. Word starts up normally, then you run a macro and get an error, then you edit the macro and it runs fine?

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    Re: Macro Security Setting (2002/SR2)

    Yup.

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    Re: Macro Security Setting (2002/SR2)

    Do you get different results if Word is started without a document (i.e.g, just Start>Programs>MS Office>Word) and if Word is started by launching a document (either from Windows Explorer / desktop / email)? If so, it could be something in your code, but usually there is a different error message.

    Otherwise, it probably isn't your macro that is the problem, but some other reference that has become invalid. Probably the systematic approach is best at this point.

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    Re: Macro Security Setting (2002/SR2)

    Thank you for your reply.

    Since I don't know which macro will cause the message to appear, I can't determine if opening Word without a document would change the scenario. Strange that not all macros cause the message....

    The next time I can't runa macro, I will close the document window, launched Word w/o a document, and see if I can then run the macro -- and will report back.

    Thanks again for your attention to this.

    Curious

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