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    FMS Reports Open in Protected View, Can't Edit

    Hi - hope this is just a quickie. Running around like a nutter today and can't sit down and fiddle.

    FMS reports are spat out in protected view in Office 2010 Excel, and my user can't edit them. I'm sure it's a case of adding either the file as trusted or the program as trusted, but I'm not sure which one and where.

    If anyone's seen this do let me know which one. I'll mess with it a find it likely, but with the way things are today I'll be too absorbed in firefighting.

    Many thanks and reps for help!

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    Bleh - found file type and did it. Wasn't looking properly at trusted docs. I need a cuppa.

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