At work, I have several Word 2007 macros in a Normal.dotm template. Under Windows XP, I had some of the macros assigned to keyboard shortcuts, e.g. Ctrl+Shift+9. Everything worked perfectly.
Our IT department recently gave me a new laptop with Windows 7 64-bit. The security settings on this new machine are much more restricted.
When I press my macro keyboard shortcuts, the macros don't execute. I am running as an Admin. I don't completely understand the security model under Windows 7. Despite being an Admin, there is apparently another admin level for running applications. I've tried setting the Privilege Level of WinWord.exe to "Run this program as an administrator" (on the Properties Compatibility tab), but no success.
I can run the macros directly through the macro dialog or by creating a toolbar icon. My macro security level is "Disable all macros except digitally signed macros".
In Excel, using macro shortcut keys works fine.
Any thoughts on what the problem might be?