In the MS Office Software Suite (2007/2010), you can enable (when you need it to execute some codes embedded on your file (such as Excel files) or disable macros (when you don’t need it or for security purposes).

Note: Enabling macros can be potential to any security risks to your file (it may run any dangerous code within it).

1. Click the Microsoft ButtonEnable or disable Macros in MS Office Suite, go to Options (Excel Options, as for example).
Enable or disable Macros in MS Office Suite

2. In Options prompt, click Trust Center and then click Trust Center Settings.
Enable or disable Macros in MS Office SuiteEnable or disable Macros in MS Office Suite

3. In Trust Center prompt, click Macro Settings and then from there, you can enable or disable macros.
Enable or disable Macros in MS Office Suite

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