Protecting Macros in a Corporate Environment
When you use a computer at work, that computer may be subject to periodic updating or replacement. If you want to protect your macros so that they don't get blown away during updating, then apply the ideas presented in this tip.
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(Thanks to Rhonda Bracey, Ken Endacott, Jeff Baker, Steve Rawcliffe, Jan Witman, Sean Flanagan, Galen Currah, Peter Roth, and Andy Feldstein for contributing to this tip.)