How To Disable Macros In Microsoft Excel

How To Disable Macros In Microsoft Excel
How To Disable Macros In Microsoft Excel
To disable macros in Microsoft Excel, follow these steps:

Open Excel and click on the "File" tab in the top-left corner.
Click on "Options" in the left menu.
In the "Excel Options" window, click on "Trust Center" in the left menu.
Click on the "Trust Center Settings" button.
In the "Trust Center" window, click on "Macro Settings" in the left menu.
Select the option to "Disable all macros with notification" or "Disable all macros without notification."
Click "OK" to save your changes and close the window.
With this setting in place, any macros in Excel files you open will be disabled, and you will be notified if a file contains macros. You can then choose to enable the macros if you trust the source of the file.


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