Microsoft Excel 97 XLM Macro Security

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When an XLM macro sheet is saved as a text file and the text file is then opened into Excel, users may not receive the usual macro warning dialog box. This vulnerability could allow malicious code stored within the XLM macro sheet to perform harmful acts, including deleting files. This update corrects the XLM macro security vulnerability by always displaying the macro warning dialog box when you open an XLM macro sheet, even if the XLM was saved as a text file.
Price USD0
License Free
File Size 2.8 MB
Version Update
Operating System Windows 95 Windows 2000 Windows NT Windows 98 Windows
System Requirements Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000,
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