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How to Enable Macros in Excel

To enable macros in Excel, follow these steps:

  1. Open the Excel file that contains the macro you want to enable.

  2. Click on the "File" tab in the ribbon menu.

  3. Click on "Options" in the left-hand menu.

  4. In the "Excel Options" dialog box, click on "Trust Center" in the left-hand menu.

  5. Click on the "Trust Center Settings" button in the main window.

  6. In the "Trust Center" dialog box, click on "Macro Settings" in the left-hand menu.

  7. Select the option "Enable all macros (not recommended; potentially dangerous code can run)" or "Enable macros with notification (recommended for most users)".

  8. Click "OK" to close all the dialog boxes.

Now, when you open the Excel file, you will be prompted to enable or disable macros. If you selected the "Enable macros with notification" option, you will be prompted to enable macros each time you open the file. If you selected the "Enable all macros" option, macros will be enabled automatically without any prompt. Note that enabling macros can potentially allow malicious code to run on your computer, so be sure to only enable macros from trusted sources.

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