Looking for instructions on how to enable macros in Word 2007? It is not recommended that you enable macros in Word 2007 because that could allow potentially dangerous code to run on your computer. However, depending on the project that you're working on, you might have to enable macros in Word 2007. Thanks to the user friendly interface of Word 2007, you can enable macros in less than a minute.
To enable macros in Word 2007, you will need:
- A computer
- Word 2007
- The Office Button. To enable macros in Word 2007, you will need to click on the Microsoft Office Button. The Microsoft Office Button is the small, round icon that is located in the top left portion of Word 2007.
- Word Options. When you click on the Microsoft Office Button, a drop-down menu should appear on your screen. When the drop-down menu appears, click on Word Options.
Trust Center. You will notice a panel on the left hand side of the Word Options screen. To enable macros in Word 2007, you will need to click on Trust Center, which is located in the panel, below Add-Ins and above Resources.
Enabling Macros. Once you have clicked on Trust Center, click on Trust Center Settings. You can enable macros in Word 2007 by clicking on Enable all macros. To save the new macro settings in Word 2007, click OK.
If you enable macros in Word 2007, you should have an anti-virus program running at all times to protect your computer against malicious code.