Set a preference for macro security in Office 2016 for Mac
In Office 2016 for Mac, there are three levels of macro security available, as seen in the following screen shot:
If you're an admin, you might want to configure macro security for your users, in either of the following ways:
Set a default setting, which users can change.
Force a particular setting, which users can't change.
In either case, you can configure this setting by using a preference. The following is the information that you need to set the preference:
EnabledWithoutWarnings (not recommended)
Here is some additional information about using this preference:
It's available starting with version 15.33 of Office 2016 for Mac.
It applies to Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
It's CFPreferences-compatible, which means that it can be set by using enterprise management software for Mac, such as Jamf Pro.