I usually have Excel security set at high, but from time to time I need to run spreadsheets with a macro. If I set security to medium, the next time I start up Excel - before book1 loads - I get a macro warning that C:windows\system32\btsendto_office.dll contains macros and do I want to enable/disable. What is this and how can I stop it? Thanks to anyone who can help.
Hmm. I can see that this is not going to be straightforward.
Ensure that you can see hidden files and folders:
1. Click Start. 2. Click My Computer. 3. Select the Tools menu and click Folder Options. 4. Select the View Tab. 5. Under the Hidden files and folders heading select Show hidden files and folders. 6. Click Yes to confirm. 7. Uncheck the Hide file extensions for known file types. 8. Click OK.
Make sure Excel is not running. Now use Windows Explorer to navigate to C:\windows\system32 and rename btsendto_office.dll to oldbtsendto_office.dll (or indeed anything).
Start Excel - it will almost certainly complain that it cannot find a file. Close Excel then re-open it. Hopefully the messages will be gone - hopefully!
Tried that. Even changed some of the other btsendto dlls and also rebooted after change, but same message appears on Excel start up. Do you think I should try to unload and reload the Bluetooth software?