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Recently, I found an Excel 2007 Macro Enable Spreadsheet are keep getting the following error message:

The visual basic for applications (VBA) macros for this workbook are corrupted and has been deleted. The macros corruption most likely exists in the current file. To recover the macros, open up a backup copy of this file if you have one.

But they can run it before. Besides, a few of guys can run this excel spreadsheet well. The OS of these laptops are almost the same since we install them via the SCCM including the office 2007 .

How can I resolve this error?

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This error is typically caused when VBA was not included in the original Office installation.

You should be able to modify the Office installation via Control Panel > Add and Remove Programs and choose Change. The exact process may be different depending on the OS.


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