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passowrd protect or hide macro code

passowrd protect or hide macro code

passowrd protect or hide macro code

is it possible to password protect the code for an attachamate macro as I dont want people messing it up. even better, can I hide the code while still allowing them to run the macro?

Thanks smiler44

RE: passowrd protect or hide macro code

Very sorry. i have gone back to my previous post and replied. If you are able to help with this post I would appreciate it
smiler 44

RE: passowrd protect or hide macro code

From the HELP files:
To set macro properties and security access
1 From the Macro Editor File menu, choose Properties.
2 Supply the necessary information in the General page.
3 Choose the Security tab to display the Security page.
4 Choose the appropriate security option and provide a password, if necessary.

© 1996 - 2004, Attachmate Corporation. All rights reserved.

this is the best that attachmate has to offer.

RE: passowrd protect or hide macro code

right, it may be getting on for 11pm but i'm off to boot up the pc and try this as well as the date info you gave me.

thank you remy988


RE: passowrd protect or hide macro code

remy988, worked perfectly, thank you

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