How to remove all macros from document in Word?
How can we quickly remove all macros from document in Word? This article will talk about 3 tricky things to remove all macros in Word.
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Users of Word 2007 need to enabled developer tab in ribbon before remove the macros. Please do the following steps to enable developer tab in ribbon:
Step 1: Click the Office button located on the top-left of the Word window. At the bottom of the menu, click the Word Options button to open a configuration window.
Step 2: Click the Popular tab and then select Show Developer tab in the Ribbon in Top options for working with Word Section.
Step 3: Click the OK button.
After configuration, you can remove macros manually.
Step 1: Click Developer tab, click Macros in the Code group.
Step 2: All the macros of current document are listed in the drop down box of Macros window. Select the macro you want to remove and then click Delete button.
In Word 2010, users don’t have to enable developer ribbon before remove macros. To remove macros in Word 2010, do as follows:
Step 1: Click View tab and then click Macros in the Macros group.
Step 2: Select the macro you want to remove from drop down box, and then click Delete.
Kutool for Word provides you an easy and quick way to remove all macros in Word 2007/2010. All you have to do is to have Kutools for Word installed in your computer.
Click Kutools >click Remove All in Clear group > click Remove All Macros from drop down list.
After click Remove All Macros, Kutools will report the macros information of current document to you, and confirm your operation.
For more information about Remove All Macros, please visit: Remove All Macros feature description.
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