Microsoft Excel creates/records macros automatically when you double-click an ActiveX control, like a button or an image object, in design mode. The macros are usually empty - i.e. they don't contain any code.
This document was written for version 2 of Uniform Invoice Software, which was previously named Excel Invoice Manager. For the documents that are specific to Uniform Invoice Software, please download the help document, or install the program that already has the help document included.
Althoughitself does not use any macro, those auto-created macros could cause problems.
If you save the auto-created macros with your invoice template, and then re-open the invoice template, Excel may display one of the following error messages, depending on the version of Excel you are running and the security level setting of your Excel. (All screenshots below are taken from Excel 2003).
To prevent Excel from creating macros automatically in design mode, try to click the controls (buttons, images etc.) slowly, so as to ensure that Excel does not think you are double-clicking the control.
To remove those auto-created macros from your invoice template, follow the steps below:
Should you like to start from scratch again, you can download the default (clean) template here: standard_invoice_template.zip.
Tip: The procedure described here works too for the free invoice template.