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By keepbelieving ·
When I open MS Excel and attempt to type information in the Spreadsheet, a Microsoft Visual Basic message pops up on the screen and it makes a beeping sound when clicking any where on the screen. Another message that comes up when opening the ExcelApplication is, "This document was opened with macros and a message of disable or enable the macros comes up."

HELP Please...what, if anything do I do about the Microsoft Visual Basic issue? Thanks so much for any assistance that can be providedto this matter.

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by LeoBloom In reply to Microsoft Visual Basic

If this is a new spreadsheet that this happens on, try unhiding the personal.xls spreadsheet (Click on the window menu and unhide) and delete any macros. Also Close Excel and rename the personal.xls spreadsheet Then restart Excel.

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by keepbelieving In reply to Microsoft Visual Basic

Thank you very much...

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by jmiller1 In reply to Microsoft Visual Basic

Look in your MSOffice\Office\XLStart for any *.xla files and delete them.

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by keepbelieving In reply to Microsoft Visual Basic

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by carquiza In reply to Microsoft Visual Basic

Hi,

This is not an error message....if an excel file has a macro on it. This message will prompt...if you like open an excel file an you don't want this messages just click on to:

Tools...Macro...Security....set it to low...? these will solve your problem. Any excel file which has a macro by default set it to Medium. Hope this solve your problem.

Cheers,

Mel Arquiza
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http://hpd.welcome.to

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by keepbelieving In reply to Microsoft Visual Basic

Thanks you for this information it was helpful.

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