may be required in Excel or Word when you start it the
first time after the installation of encOffice. Depending
on your MS Office version a different message may be
displayed or a different action may be required.
Select your version of MS Office
Office 2010 x64
EncOffice will run in Office 2010 however its digital
certificate is not recognised. This means that you cannot work in
high macro security in Office 2010 x64. Please note that the highest
security is allowed in all other versions of MS Office including the
32bits version of Office 2010.
You need to make the following changes to your Excel
Excel options - Trust center - Macro settings:
Check the option to enable all macros
Excel options - Trust center - Addins:
Uncheck the option to require application addins to be
Uncheck the option "Disable all application
Starting Excel the following message will be
Office 2010 x86
In Office 2010 you may see the following message after you have
installed encOffice. Press the button to enable encOffice.
The behavior of Office is determined by the settings you made in
the Excel options. The most important setting is in the Add-ins
section of the trust center. To inspect your settings please to go
Excel Options - Trust Center - Addins:
In the macro settings section of the trust center, ensure that
the first option is NOT selected. It is recommended to select the
3rd option and to accept all code from the us.
Starting Excel may display the following
message. If you do not see this message and encOffice cannot be used
in Excel please check your Excel options. Screen prints are
Press the Options button. Then the security
options will be displayed.
In the security options, please chose to
Enable all code published by this publisher. This
will not display the security warning again. If you chose option 2:
Enable this add-in for this session only, you will get the
security warning each time you use encOffice.
Several Excel settings may affect
these security messages and determine whether encOffice can run. The
most important settings are in the Macro Settings. Go to
Excel Options - Trust Center. Press the button to open the Trust
Center. Select Macro Settings. The dialog below is displayed. If
your macro settings are set to option 1 "Disable all macros
without notification" encOffice will not be displayed. Use
option 2 or 3 to allow encOffice to run in Excel or Word.
In the security options (second screen
print) you can indicate that you trust all code published by this
publisher. When you select this option (recommended) our digital
certificate is added to the list of trusted publishers. This may
look like this:
Excel may display the following message.
If you do not see the above message and encOffice cannot be
used in Excel it is likely that the macro security is set to very
high. Temporarily lower it to high to accept the digital
certificate. Then set it back to very high.
Go to Tools - Macro - Security
Select temporarily the High security option (or lower) so the
message at the top is displayed. After accepting the digital
certificate the option can be set to Very High again.
Office 2002 (XP) It is unlikely that
any problems arise in Office 2002. But if you don't see the secure
save option check the menu Tools - Macro - Security section:
You can keep the security on High even
during installation. If you do have problems, temporarily lower