Because RTF doesn't have any storage for macros, that works. Plus I prefer receiving the RTF because of ... same.
I have a .dot file that contains a form upon opening the template and a few other lines of code to hid toolbars and what not. My question is:
When I open up the template.....fill out the form....save the file as a .doc, if still contains all my VB code. I don't want the user to be getting the prompt that the doc contains macros. I am the only one using the template. Once I save the file a .doc, I email it out. I want the users who get the attached file to not have to turn their macro security down. Can anything be done about this?