Warn about installed templates and add-ins

Posted by Jonh on Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Security because macros can contain viruses, is careful about running them. Take the following precautions: run up-to-date antivirus software on your computer; set your macro security level to high; clear the Trust all installed add-ins and templates check box; use digital signatures; maintain a list of trusted publishers.

Depending on your macro macro: An action or a set of actions you can use to automate tasks. Macros are recorded in the Visual Basic for Applications programming language.security setting, when you open a macro, you will receive a warning and the macro may be disabled for installed templates template: A file or files that contain the structure and tools for shaping such elements as the style and page layout of finished files. For example, Word templates can shape a single document, and FrontPage templates can shape an entire Web site.) and (Including wizards).

1. On the Tools menu, click Options, and then click the Security tab.

  1. Under Macro Security, click Macro Security.
  2. Click the Trusted Publishers tab.
  3. Clear the Trust all installed add-ins and templates check box.

Note All templates, add-ins, and macros shipped with Microsoft Office 2003 are digitally signed by Microsoft. Once you add Microsoft to your list of trusted sources for one of these installed files all subsequent interaction with these files will not generate messages.

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