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Removing All Macros in Excel

There are a few different ways that you can remove macros from an Excel spreadsheet. One way is to simply delete the macro code from the sheet. Another way is to use the "Clear All" button on the "Developer" tab. Finally, you can also save the file as a Macro-Free Workbook.

Deleting Macro Code

If you know which macro you want to remove, you can simply delete the macro code from the sheet. To do this, open the Visual Basic Editor and find the module containing the macro code. Then, delete the entire module.

Using the "Clear All" Button

Another way to remove macros from a spreadsheet is to use the "Clear All" button on the "Developer" tab. This will remove all macros, as well as any other code in the workbook. To use this method, simply click on the "Developer" tab and then click on the "Clear All" button.

Saving as a Macro-Free Workbook

Finally, you can also save the file as a Macro-Free Workbook. This will remove all macros from the workbook, but it will also remove any other code in the workbook. To do this, simply click on the "File" menu and then click on "Save As." In the "Save As" dialog box, select "Macro-Free Workbook" from the "Save as type" drop-down list.

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