To enable many of the Intelligence Reporting reports to run, you need to ensure that all Macro's are fully enabled as they are used extensively throughout all of the reports.
Macro settings are located in the Trust Center. However, if you work in an organization, the system administrator might have changed the default settings to prevent anyone from changing settings.
Important: When you change your macro settings in the Trust Center, they are changed only for the Office program that you are currently using. The macro settings are not changed for all your Office programs.
Click the File tab.
Click Trust Center, and then click Trust Center Settings.
In the Trust Center, click Macro Settings.
Make the selections that you want.
The following image is the Macro Settings area of the Trust Center.
Use the information in the following section to learn more about macro settings.
Disable all macros without notification Macros and security alerts about macros are disabled.
Disable all macros with notification Macros are disabled, but security alerts appear if there are macros present. Enable macros on a case-by-case basis.
Disable all macros except digitally signed macros Macros are disabled, but security alerts appear if there are macros present. However, if the macro is digitally signed by a trusted publisher, the macro runs if you have trusted the publisher. If you have not trusted the publisher, you are notified to enable the signed macro and trust the publisher.
Enable all macros (not recommended, potentially dangerous code can run) All macros run. This setting makes your computer vulnerable to potentially malicious code.
Trust access to the VBA project object model Disallow or allow programmatic access to the Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) object model from an automation client. This security option is for code written to automate an Office program and manipulate the VBA environment and object model. It is a per-user and per-application setting, and denies access by default, hindering unauthorized programs from building harmful self-replicating code. For automation clients to access the VBA object model, the user running the code must grant access. To turn on access, select the check box.
Note: Microsoft Publisher and Microsoft Access have no Trust access to the VBA project model object option.