RE: webpage opening .xls sheet, not getting security warning
Our desktop group re-installed excel on this PC and voila, everything works
"Libby H" wrote:
> I had internal website written in ColdFusion 8 that opens up an Excel
> spreadsheet. User is asked to open/save/cancel. When user selects open,
> warning message appears to disable macros/enable macros/cancel.
> Latest security patch was applied to users PC running Office 2007 last night
> (not sure exactly which patches were downloaded). Now the user no longer
> gets security warning message to disable macros/enable macros/cancel (did
> before security patch was applied). Spreadsheet opens up with default of
> disable macros.
> Cannot figure out how to override and enable macros.
> Examined users security settings in Excel 2007, and they have not changed.
> Figuring that either some setting in IE has changed (but other users on
> Office 2003 are OK), or something within Office 2007 (specifically Excel) is
> not allowing the warning message to appear.
> Any ideas are greatly appreciated.