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Hi All

I have a trial excel 2007 version that came with my Vista Home Premium.
I had a spreadsheet which contains macros and I had no problems running with XP.

I changed some of the settings and completed the following:
http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/wind...nt-control-uac-the-easy-way-on-windows-vista/

I followed the following link from the developer of my particular spreadsheet and completed the following for 2007 version:
http://www.mdmproofing.com/iym/macros.php#excel2007

I still cannot use some of the functions that I had been using before such as Sort and doubling clicking a cell which is supposed to open a calendar and auto function add monetary figures.
Could it be the trial version? Any help is appreciated.

Thanks,
Transformer Man
 

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Hi Transformer Man,

I was just wondering, have you solved the problem for Macros working on your Vista Machine?

As I currently working with a collegue to solve this problem, and would like to confer with someone else who has had a similar problem.

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Tom Griffiths.
 

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I'm personally working on the 2003 Version of MS; But because Vista automatically blocks the Macros by default, i'm trying to work out ways to allow them to be accessed on Excel.

My only thought so far really, has been the UAC, but i'm at work, and have XP here.

I'm trying to work out other ways which could solve the problem, so i can try them out when i get home, and let my collegue know what he needs to do.

Any suggestions?

T. Griffiths
 
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