How do I disable macros by default?

How do I enable and disable macros in Office 365?

When I click the Macros button, all macros are enabled and greyed out.

To disable macros in Office 365, go to File > Options and then click the More options tab. In the General section, make sure that the Enable macros option is selected. To enable macros in Office 365, go to File > Options and then click the More options tab. In the General section, make sure that the Disable macros option is selected.

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How do I disable VBA in Group Policy?

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Within the Tech Board forums, part of the Community Boards category; Hello all. I am a systems administrator at a small company. The company has about .

I am a systems administrator at a small company. The company has about 20 computers (Windows XP Pro). I am the only one with admin rights. I have admin rights to all the machines, but I'm not allowed to do anything fancy. I can't add/remove software, or make changes to the registry. I can't install any third party software (not that I want to). I'm just given a list of computers to administrate, and told to make sure they all work.

I'd like to be able to turn off VBA, but I can't seem to find where it's enabled or disabled in group policy. I tried looking for the policy setting in the windowssystem32oobevbavbacompatVBAEnableDisable, but didn't see any settings there. Is there another way?

I'm not sure how this would impact my ability to administer the machines. I'd probably need to know before I started doing anything, but I'm also interested in learning how to do this so that if needed I can do it myself if I ever get into a sticky situation.

Yes, I agree with what you're saying. I'm really interested in finding out how I can disable VBA from the command line, since that's how I usually do things, and I don't want to have to ask a user to tell me how to do it. I'm trying to find out if there's a Group Policy setting that will let me disable VBAll of the answers I have read so far say that there isn't a Group Policy setting that will disable VBA, but it's not clear if that's because no such thing exists, or because nobody knows how to do it.

Re: How do I disable VBA in Group Policy? If I understand you correctly, what you are looking for is a GPO that disables the VBA object model (Object Model, not OLE). If you look at the MSDN page for the VBACompat.

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