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I am trying to save xls to a xslm and get this message. "This workbook
contains excel 4.0 and excel 5.0 macros. If you would like to password
protect / restrict permission these macros need to be removed" I have gone
into the macros listed for this workbook and deleted them.. It still gives me
thsame message..
Help please.
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In addition to removing the code, you need to remove any modules as
well. Alt-F11 will bring up the VBE, then right-click on any Module
listed and click on Remove Module - Excel will ask if you want to
Export the module before removal, but just click on No.

Hope this helps.

Pete

On Apr 24, 11:50*pm, Deb wrote:
*I am trying to save xls to a xslm and get this message. "This workbook
contains excel 4.0 and excel 5.0 macros. If you would like to password
protect / restrict permission these macros need to be removed" I have gone
into the macros listed for this workbook and deleted them.. It still gives me
thsame message..
Help please.
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dbutcher




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