If you have enough courage:
The .odt files are internally zip files with a specific structure. You
can unpack them with i.e. 7-zip and check the .xml (with a usable .xml
editor, LO packs the .xml code in one text line) and check for the macro
which should be gone. If you find it file a bug report.
Gordon Burgess-Parker schrieb:
I tried setting a Macro in a particular spreadsheet that didn't work.
I have deleted everything I can find in Tools-Macros-Organise
Macros-Libre Office Basic but there are still two entries of Standard
under My Macros and the name of the spreadsheet that have no Delete
option when selected.
Every time the sheet opens I get a message about either allowing or
How do I delete this macro completely so there is no message on
opening the sheet?
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