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I see the option in Visio 2003 to only trust macros stored in trusted locations, but I can't find any way to set up what these trusted locations are.

My problem is I have a template file that's not signed in the VBA project but the VBA project is locked (so I can't just sign it myself).

So, there are only two ways I can stop the warning:

  1. lower my security settings so anything with macros will run (not a good idea)
  2. Tell Visio that the template is in a trusted location (if this is even possible)
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It appears that the Microsoft article Modify the list of trusted sources for macros covers the Visio scenario you describe.

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That list is for trusted sources, not trusted locations. My problem is I have a template file that's not signed but the VBA project is locked, so there are only two ways I can stop this: 1, lower my security settings so anything with macros will run, or two, tell Visio that the template is in a trusted location. –  Jon Fournier Aug 14 '09 at 14:51
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