Macros could be dangerous if they contain harmful code and be allowed to run, but could be one's saviour if they are productive and clean. I think the macro from Symantec that you mentioned could be considered clean and be allowed to run. To allow this macro, open Word, click Tools, go to Macro, then click Security, under Security Level click Low. Remember by clicking Low you can allow potentially unsafe macros to run. Just be wary of macros coming from other sources.
Windows XP with Office XP 2002
Some how I keep getting a message when opening word to enable or disable macros. After a google search I beleive it is due to a recent install of WinFax Pro. It says the digital signature is out of date.
GetFaxing.com offers a up to date digital signed macro that will supposedly work. However they want $24.95 to purchase the shareware. For those of you that have encountered this problem, what did you do?
My thought is symantec should provide an up to date signed driver. I'm not sure how to approach this however. Their live update says everything is up to date. Have any of you dowloaded a newer version from them? Or do you have sugestions?