Possible Problems with Macros on Limited Check Request Form and Trust Fund Withdrawal Request Form
Remember to choose "enable" macros when you begin the above worksheets. If you choose disable, pushing the "Click Here to Assign Number" button will generate the following error message: "The macros in this project are disabled."
If your machine does not give you the option to enable macros, the macro security may be set too high. From the tool bar, select Tools, Macros, Macro Security. On the security level tab, make sure the security level is set to medium.
If you receive an error when you push the "Click Here to Assign Number" button, it may mean that you are unable to access our "global" server.
If you have a local server and log onto another domain besides ECU when you start your computer, please check with your server administrator. All staff have access to this server, but sometimes the network share properties are not configured to facilitate access.
If you have changed your password for Microsoft exchange (e-mail) today, you may need to restart your computer before the macro will run.
The use of the "Click Here to Assign Number" button is not mandatory but is encouraged.
For further questions, please contact Accounts Payable.