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Macros with expired signature.

When I go to open a Word document I receive "The command cannot be performed because a dialog box is open. Click OK, and then close dialog boxes to continue? THEN "This file contains Macros with expired or revoked signature. Since you are running under high security level, these micros will be disabled.
It requires three additional clicks before I can get a Word document open.
How do I correct this?

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Go to tools->options->security
click on "macro security" button
change security level to "medium" or "low".

be aware that low security on macros means viruses can attack your computer through word documents. don't leave it on that setting for too long.

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