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how do I prevent Word/security warnings from opening when adding files to process

how do I prevent Word/security warnings from opening when adding files to process

how do I prevent Word/security warnings from opening when adding files to process

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Hi...each time a file is being added/procssed through webworks (Webworks Publisher 2003 for Word) , I get a dialog box - security warnings/where Word opens - and I need to enable the macros in order for the next file to be processed/added. I do have Word closed when doing this but each time I need to enable the macros to get the process going. It generates fine with "no such interruptions" but it is annoying to get them to that point without having to select enable macros each time and most of the time I'm dealing with about 60-75 files. Is there any way to prevent this from happening where I can just have these files process, walk away from the computer, and come back to find the files ready to generate?

I'd surely appreciate if there is a solution to this and any information you can provide.....thanks!

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