The list of trusted sources might be locked Your system administrator
might have locked your list of trusted sources so that you cannot add new
macro developers to it.
The certificate for the source may not be authenticated. You can only add
certificates to your list of trusted sources if they have been
authenticated. Note that certificates created with the Selfcert.exe tool are
considered to be unauthenticated and can only be added to the list of
trusted sources on the computer on which they were created.
Because a digital certificate that you create isn't issued by a formal
certificate authority, macro projects that are signed by using such a
certificate are referred to as self-signed projects. Microsoft Office trusts
a self-signed certificate only on a computer that has that certificate in
your Personal Certificates store.
To view the certificate in the Personal Certificates store, do the
1.. Open Windows Internet Explorer.
2.. On the Tools menu, click Internet Options, and then click the Content
3.. Click Certificates, and then click the Personal tab.
Do you have Office 2003 SP3 installed?
"GetAGrip" <GetAGrip.email@example.com> wrote in message
> I write VBA macros and have digitaly signed (self certificate) my macros
> (on my old XP system). Now I want to run them on Vista using Excel 2003
> and other office programs. But I have not been able to get the Excel
> Security warning Box to go away. The "Always trust macros from this
> publisher" is grayed out. I have added myself to the list of trusted
> publishers, but that did not do any good. My security level is Medium,
> and my trust access to VB project option is checked in Excel.
> I just want to be able to open my files without the security warning
> box (enable/disable macros). I want them to run automatically like they
> did in XP. Of course without setting the security level to low.