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    Lightbulb MSWORD Annoying pop-up - Macros Language - How to get rid of it

    If this text appears "The function you are attempting to run contains macros or content that requires macro language support."

    And after you click on it several times and another one pops up!



    Considering: MSWord 2007 x86, OS: Win 7 x64
    But happens on a lot of workstations.
    It's related to a bad installation of the product or a pirated software or a damaged installer.

    Here's HOW TO GET RID OF IT!

    Go to the icon/Start Menu, Word Options, Trust Center, Trust Center Settings..., Add-Ins, and select Disable...



    You shouldn't see that pop-up anymore.

    If you do, please reply with some details of your system, (OS, MSWord product) and/or if possible a screenshot.

    Let us know!
    _Eidji

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    Default Re: MSWORD Annoying pop-up - Macros Language - How to get rid of it

    Thanks Buddy!!
    I've been dealing with this annoying box for months. But now with your explanation is forever gone.

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    Default Re: MSWORD Annoying pop-up - Macros Language - How to get rid of it

    Thanks Buddy!
    I've been dealing with this annoying box for months. But now with your explanation is forever gone.

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    Default Re: MSWORD Annoying pop-up - Macros Language - How to get rid of it

    Good thing to read!

    Something I forgot to mention is that it only works with MSOffice 2007 and 2010
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