|24-10-2007, 05:27 PM||#1|
RE: Security Alert Popup Office 2007
I have had the same problem like you.
I found a way to stop that warning. You have too add the folder that contain
your presentation file in Trusted Location. You found this setting under
Office Button – PowerPoint Option – Trust Center – Trust Center Settings –
Trusted Location- Add new location. You also have an opportunity checkbox for
> PowerPoint 2007 all latest updates installed running on XP sp2 also up
> to date.
> Ok I've run out of ideas, so please help me.
> When you receive a presentation and load it the message bar informs you
> that "Security Warning References to external pictures have been
> blocked" and when you try to show the presentation you get the Security
> Alert "This document references pictues in untrusted locations."
> If you cancel the show starts and still runs fine.
> I know you can disable the message bar warning but how to you stop the
> security alert when you try to start the show?
> I do not have the luxury of checking the presentations before they have
> to be shown and it ruins the show having this alert pop up on the odd
> presentation. The reason they can't be checked is that we pre make a
> deck with object linked filenames for a whole show and while the show is
> running the "dummy" files are over written with the real ones live via
> the network. It is SO unprofessional when that pop up appears.
> There has to be a way to disable the warning.
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