This chapter discusses how to use the security tools that VBA provides for distributing and implementing macros and VBA code. VBA security falls into three parts: securing your applications against rogue VBA code; establishing that your VBA code isn't itself rogue so that it can be run; and securing your code against theft, alteration, or snooping.
In this chapter you will learn to do the following:
Understand how VBA implements security
Sign a macro project with a digital signature
Get a digital certificate
Choose the appropriate security level
Designate trusted publishers
Lock your code
Macros, dialog boxes, and user forms that you write are computer ...