Yes, most of the macro viruses attach themselves to the Normal template, so that any new document will contain the viruses.It infects every new document she makes. One she saves it and trys to email it, Yahoo scans it and picks it up
I have to use office for the reviewer ability. Comments are essential for my work (Ph.D student). However, I am very much looking forward to the new version! I am getting tired of RosettaGet rid of m$ soft and install NeoOffice instead.
Most people do not need all the "features" of m$ Orifice.
M$ soft in a Mac... unbelievable, I did switch to Mac to not have to use M$ crap...
That's absolutely hilarious!I'm really surprised these are still floating in the wild. I haven't seen one since about 1997. Unamusingly that particular macro virus (this was also pretty much the first time I heard of the phenomenon) put messages in the footer against nuclear testing... on the footer of my nuclear physics lab reports.
LOL, no, at this time, Macro viruses were not that well known. I was working at a campus lab and I took it up to the desk and said (in essence), "WTF is this????" They had a chuckle and then helped me fix it.So ironic its untrue!!! Did the person marking it see it?