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How do I configure Microsoft Word to run a VBA application?

How do I configure Microsoft Word to run a VBA application?

Problem:

How do I configure Microsoft Word to run a VBA application?

Resolution:


  • Product Name: CaliberRM
  • Product Version: CaliberRM 2005 R2 SP1
  • Product Component: SDK
  • Platform/OS Version: Microsoft Platforms including XP / Windows 2000 / Windows Server 2003 / Windows Server 2005

Before you start you should make sure that you have the following,

  • CaliberRM SDK installed
  • Microsoft Word / Office installed
  • Basic understanding of Object Orientated Programming and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA)

Then follow these steps,

  1. In Microsoft Word menu click on TOOLS | OPTIONS



  2. Click on Macro Security



  3. Check the Medium Security Level and click ok.



  4. In Microsoft Word menu click on TOOLS | MACRO | VISUAL BASIC EDITOR.



  5. In the Visual Basic Editor click on TOOLS | REFERENCES



  6. Check the CaliberRM library and click OK




The word document is now set up to run a VBA Application


Old KB# 15878

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