If you are using High Security level in Word, after you install the FaxTalk Macro you will
be presented with a warning dialog box. This warning prevents macros you are not aware
of from executing. The following steps will allow you to confirm to Microsoft Word that the
FaxTalk Merge Macro is safe, and allow Word to execute this specific macro without any
further security warning dialog boxes.
In Word XP/2002/2003, the security warning dialog box will appear:
Select the option “Alwaystrust macros from this publisher” after confirming the
box indicates macros by GetFaxing.com (FaxTalk2K3.dot). Now click the Enable
Each time you start Word you are no longer warned about the security of the
FaxTalk macro, as it is now trusted.
If you use Medium Macro Security level in Microsoft Word
If you are using Medium Security level in Word, a similar dialog box will appear
requesting you to enable or disable the macro. Confirm the macros are by GetFaxing.com (FaxTalk2K3.dot) and then click Enable Macro.You will
have to repeat
this step each time you start Microsoft Word. If you want to trust this macro and omit this
additional step, you must follow the instructions as described in the section "If you use
High Macro Level Security in Microsoft Word".
If you use Low Macro Security level in Microsoft Word (Not Recommended)
If you are using Low Security level in Word, the macro will automatically start and no
dialog box will appear. Although this a legitimate macro and completely safe, you may
want to set your security to Medium or High so you have control of what other macros
may be executing in Microsoft Office. For more details on security please see the
Microsoft Office documentation.
You should now see the FaxTalk icon in the toolbar, a FaxTalk option from the File Menu
and FaxTalk Macro Setup and FaxTalk Mail Merge from the Tools Menu.
NOTE: If you do not see the FaxTalk menu options or the FaxTalk icon on your
Word toolbar, click Tools, Templates and Add-Ins and enable the