There are a few ways to enable macros in Excel, but the easiest way is to open Excel and then click on the "File" tab. Once you're in the "File" menu, you'll want to click on "Options" and then "Trust Center." Once you're in the "Trust Center" menu, you'll want to click on "Macro Settings" and then change the "Disable all macros with notification" option to "Enable all macros (not recommended, potentially dangerous code can run)." You'll then want to click on "OK" and then "OK" again. Excel will then ask you to restart, which you'll want to do. Excel should now be able to run macros.
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