Privacy Warning - Turn Off All Messages
I have put a macro in my spreadsheet to clear all hyperlinks it works great but now I keep getting the privacy warning message.
I have set the macro settings to accept all and put the spreadsheet in the trusted locations......but the warnings still keep coming
I do not want to turn off all messages just this one.
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