WD97: FileOpen and Auto Macros Renamed

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If you create a FileOpen, AutoExec, AutoNew, or AutoOpen macro in MicrosoftWord 97 for Windows, and WinStone anti-virus software is installed, themacro will not run. When you restart Word, the macros have been renamed tosimilar names, such as FileOpenOld.
The Macro-Virus prevention feature in WinStone anti-virus softwareeliminates the FileOpen, AutoExec, AutoNew and AutoOpen macros.
To work around this behavior, disable the automatic macro virus protectionby moving the Lmdwav.dll file out of the Winword/Startup folder. You canstill run the WinStone anti-virus package manually; however, WinStone willnot be able to automatically scan for macro viruses.
For information about how to move files in Microsoft Windows, on the Startmenu, click Help. Click the Index tab and type "moving" (without quotationmarks), and then double-click the "files or folders" entry. Double-click"Moving a file or folder."

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Article ID: 181935 - Last Review: 10/07/2013 19:41:10 - Revision: 1.1

Microsoft Word 97 Standard Edition

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