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Old 10-29-2008
Libby H
 

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webpage opening .xls sheet, not getting security warning
I had internal website written in ColdFusion 8 that opens up an Excel
spreadsheet with macros. Normal process executes javascript code to open
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.
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Old 10-31-2008
Libby H
 

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RE: webpage opening .xls sheet, not getting security warning
Our desktop group re-installed excel on this PC and voila, everything works
as coded.

"Libby H" wrote:

> I had internal website written in ColdFusion 8 that opens up an Excel
> spreadsheet with macros. Normal process executes javascript code to open
> 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.

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