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Windows 7: When I open a Word 2007 document, a Visual Basic editing macro opens

29 Mar 2016   #1
Bunny G

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
 
 
When I open a Word 2007 document, a Visual Basic editing macro opens

When I open any existing (not when I create a new) Word 2007 document (in this case one entitled “Word 2007 test document”), I am greeted with the following:

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When I click on [OK] I get:

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When I click [X] to close, I get:

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When I click on [OK], I finally get my document:

attached image VB04


This has occurred since I setup the "Normal" Template to have the filename placed in a page's Footer.

When I create a new Word document, it does not happen but it does happen if I then reopen that, or any other existing, Word document. MS Excel etc., is not affected.

Can anyone offer any advice, please?






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