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Excel Macro Not Woking fro Some Users

Excel Macro Not Woking fro Some Users

Excel Macro Not Woking fro Some Users

(OP)
Hello

Can you please help. I have developed a macro enabled excel workbook with VBA code providing functionality. The code works fine on my laptop / desktop but does not seem to run from the same button for a user on another PC.

When the user clicks the button they receive a warning message saying "Cannot Run Macro xxxxxx The macro may not exist or all macros have been disabled

The user has enabled content / enabled all macros in the Trust Centre

The user was also able to run the macro manually

However, clicking the button generates the warning message

Any advice would be appreciated

Thanks

RE: Excel Macro Not Woking fro Some Users

The other computer: when you open the file, right-click the button, and choose "assign macro...", can you see the required macro in available macros list? What can you see in the scope (macro in:) drop-down?

combo

RE: Excel Macro Not Woking fro Some Users

(OP)
Hi Combo

Apologies for the long delay on my replying

This worked so many thanks for your help

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