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How can i disable the popup warning when i attempt to open an image w/ my Excel spreadsheet? The button is hyper linked with relative path to the current directory, and each button is linked to either a .jpg or .png. However, every time the link is clicked this warning pops up. Is there a way to disable it in Excel? This is Office 2010.

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Have you tried adding the path to your trusted locations in the Excel options? In Office 2007 (not sure about 2010 but prob the same) click on the Office button-->Excel Options-->Trust Center-->Trust Center Settings-->Trusted Locations-->Add new location...

Alternatively you can turn the pop up warning message off but going to : Office button-->Excel Options-->Trust Center-->Trust Center Settings-->Message Bar

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tried the first option but did not work still pops up. will try the second – kjy112 Apr 27 '11 at 0:08
i turn the pop up warning off using second method. did not work. – kjy112 Apr 27 '11 at 13:07

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