Macros Disabled in Outlook 2007

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David

I created a pretty simple macro to open my list of signatures, assigned to a

button on the toolbar. The macro worked fine until I rebooted my computer.

Now I get a "Macros are disabled..." message. OK. Don't know how that

happened, but I went through the Help references *and* the Knowledge Base,

and there are no instructions that apply to Outlook, none, that is, that

correlate with the choices in the Trust Center. Am I missing something?

And can I enable my macros. I had no problem enabling macros in my other

apps. But Outlook appears to do things differently.

This is running on a home peer-to-peer network, with Vista Home Premium

64-bit.

Any suggestions are appreciated.

D.
 
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David

I should add that Outlook 2007 is displaying the old, standard

toolbars/buttons, not the ribbon bar the other apps display...

D.

"David" <DavidDavidson@optonline.net> wrote in message

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> I created a pretty simple macro to open my list of signatures, assigned to
> a button on the toolbar. The macro worked fine until I rebooted my
> computer. Now I get a "Macros are disabled..." message. OK. Don't know
> how that happened, but I went through the Help references *and* the
> Knowledge Base, and there are no instructions that apply to Outlook, none,
> that is, that correlate with the choices in the Trust Center. Am I missing
> something? And can I enable my macros. I had no problem enabling macros in
> my other apps. But Outlook appears to do things differently.

> This is running on a home peer-to-peer network, with Vista Home Premium
> 64-bit.

> Any suggestions are appreciated.

> D.
 
D

David

I should add that Outlook 2007 is displaying the old, standard

toolbars/buttons, not the ribbon bar the other apps display...

D.

"David" <DavidDavidson@optonline.net> wrote in message

news:uMvAiePwJHA.1492@TK2MSFTNGP03.phx.gbl...
> I created a pretty simple macro to open my list of signatures, assigned to
> a button on the toolbar. The macro worked fine until I rebooted my
> computer. Now I get a "Macros are disabled..." message. OK. Don't know
> how that happened, but I went through the Help references *and* the
> Knowledge Base, and there are no instructions that apply to Outlook, none,
> that is, that correlate with the choices in the Trust Center. Am I missing
> something? And can I enable my macros. I had no problem enabling macros in
> my other apps. But Outlook appears to do things differently.

> This is running on a home peer-to-peer network, with Vista Home Premium
> 64-bit.

> Any suggestions are appreciated.

> D.
 
D

David

I should add that Outlook 2007 is displaying the old, standard

toolbars/buttons, not the ribbon bar the other apps display...

D.

"David" <DavidDavidson@optonline.net> wrote in message

news:uMvAiePwJHA.1492@TK2MSFTNGP03.phx.gbl...
> I created a pretty simple macro to open my list of signatures, assigned to
> a button on the toolbar. The macro worked fine until I rebooted my
> computer. Now I get a "Macros are disabled..." message. OK. Don't know
> how that happened, but I went through the Help references *and* the
> Knowledge Base, and there are no instructions that apply to Outlook, none,
> that is, that correlate with the choices in the Trust Center. Am I missing
> something? And can I enable my macros. I had no problem enabling macros in
> my other apps. But Outlook appears to do things differently.

> This is running on a home peer-to-peer network, with Vista Home Premium
> 64-bit.

> Any suggestions are appreciated.

> D.
 
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Luther Blissett

On Apr 19, 7:18 am, "David" <DavidDavid...@optonline.net> wrote:
> I should add that Outlook 2007 is displaying the old, standard
> toolbars/buttons, not the ribbon bar the other apps display...

> D.

> "David" <DavidDavid...@optonline.net> wrote in message

> news:uMvAiePwJHA.1492@TK2MSFTNGP03.phx.gbl...

>
> >I created a pretty simple macro to open my list of signatures, assigned to
> >a button on the toolbar.  The macro worked fine until I rebooted my
> >computer. Now I get a "Macros are disabled..." message.  OK.  Don't know
> >how that happened, but I went through the Help references *and* the
> >Knowledge Base, and there are no instructions that apply to Outlook, none,
> >that is, that correlate with the choices in the Trust Center.  Am I missing
> >something? And can I enable my macros.  I had no problem enabling macros in
> >my other apps.  But Outlook appears to do things differently.

>
> > This is running on a home peer-to-peer network, with Vista Home Premium
> > 64-bit.

>
> > Any suggestions are appreciated.

>
> > D.-




I believe 2007 has the ribbon for inspector forms, but no in the

folder views.
 
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Luther Blissett

On Apr 19, 7:18 am, "David" <DavidDavid...@optonline.net> wrote:
> I should add that Outlook 2007 is displaying the old, standard
> toolbars/buttons, not the ribbon bar the other apps display...

> D.

> "David" <DavidDavid...@optonline.net> wrote in message

> news:uMvAiePwJHA.1492@TK2MSFTNGP03.phx.gbl...

>
> >I created a pretty simple macro to open my list of signatures, assigned to
> >a button on the toolbar.  The macro worked fine until I rebooted my
> >computer. Now I get a "Macros are disabled..." message.  OK.  Don't know
> >how that happened, but I went through the Help references *and* the
> >Knowledge Base, and there are no instructions that apply to Outlook, none,
> >that is, that correlate with the choices in the Trust Center.  Am I missing
> >something? And can I enable my macros.  I had no problem enabling macros in
> >my other apps.  But Outlook appears to do things differently.

>
> > This is running on a home peer-to-peer network, with Vista Home Premium
> > 64-bit.

>
> > Any suggestions are appreciated.

>
> > D.-




I believe 2007 has the ribbon for inspector forms, but no in the

folder views.
 
L

Luther Blissett

On Apr 19, 7:18 am, "David" <DavidDavid...@optonline.net> wrote:
> I should add that Outlook 2007 is displaying the old, standard
> toolbars/buttons, not the ribbon bar the other apps display...

> D.

> "David" <DavidDavid...@optonline.net> wrote in message

> news:uMvAiePwJHA.1492@TK2MSFTNGP03.phx.gbl...

>
> >I created a pretty simple macro to open my list of signatures, assigned to
> >a button on the toolbar.  The macro worked fine until I rebooted my
> >computer. Now I get a "Macros are disabled..." message.  OK.  Don't know
> >how that happened, but I went through the Help references *and* the
> >Knowledge Base, and there are no instructions that apply to Outlook, none,
> >that is, that correlate with the choices in the Trust Center.  Am I missing
> >something? And can I enable my macros.  I had no problem enabling macros in
> >my other apps.  But Outlook appears to do things differently.

>
> > This is running on a home peer-to-peer network, with Vista Home Premium
> > 64-bit.

>
> > Any suggestions are appreciated.

>
> > D.-




I believe 2007 has the ribbon for inspector forms, but no in the

folder views.
 
D

David

Thanks Luther. I realized that after the second post. But the main issue

is still the macros that are disabled that once ran beautifully.

D.

"Luther Blissett" <enowning@gmail.com> wrote in message

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On Apr 19, 7:18 am, "David" <DavidDavid...@optonline.net> wrote:
> I should add that Outlook 2007 is displaying the old, standard
> toolbars/buttons, not the ribbon bar the other apps display...

> D.
>


I believe 2007 has the ribbon for inspector forms, but no in the

folder views.
 
D

David

Thanks Luther. I realized that after the second post. But the main issue

is still the macros that are disabled that once ran beautifully.

D.

"Luther Blissett" <enowning@gmail.com> wrote in message

news:8a755bad-991f-44ab-a8a7-1b3824cdf208@v35g2000pro.googlegroups.com...

On Apr 19, 7:18 am, "David" <DavidDavid...@optonline.net> wrote:
> I should add that Outlook 2007 is displaying the old, standard
> toolbars/buttons, not the ribbon bar the other apps display...

> D.
>


I believe 2007 has the ribbon for inspector forms, but no in the

folder views.
 
D

David

Thanks Luther. I realized that after the second post. But the main issue

is still the macros that are disabled that once ran beautifully.

D.

"Luther Blissett" <enowning@gmail.com> wrote in message

news:8a755bad-991f-44ab-a8a7-1b3824cdf208@v35g2000pro.googlegroups.com...

On Apr 19, 7:18 am, "David" <DavidDavid...@optonline.net> wrote:
> I should add that Outlook 2007 is displaying the old, standard
> toolbars/buttons, not the ribbon bar the other apps display...

> D.
>


I believe 2007 has the ribbon for inspector forms, but no in the

folder views.
 
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