Let's take a look at the pinball window first:
Method One, generally, the user sets the Excel security level to high. We change its security level directly to the level in. Click on the menu bar menu ' Tools '-options-security-macro security, the security level will be transferred to, so open it. Now go to open the Ecxel to see if the hint is gone.
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Method Three, you know the Visual Basic Editor. You can delete macros by removing them from the VB Editor so that the macro security prompts do not appear. We press and hold the combination shortcut key "Alt+f11 key" will exhale the VB editor. In the Engineering Resources window on the left, double-click each worksheet or module or ThisWorkbook, and then remove all the code if the code appears on the right. Remember to save and launch Oh. This dialog box does not appear now when you open an Excel file. As shown in the figure: