If your installation of Excel requires that Add-ins are signed by a Trusted Publisher, you will see a warning when you first open a workbook with the Add-in installed. The Gridarrow Add-in is signed using a certificate issued by DigiCert, so it’s just a matter of ticking a few boxes for the Add-in to be enabled.
Enable Content will enable the Gridarrow Add-in for the current session. To permanenty
enable the Add-in, click where it says
Add-ins have been disabled, then click the
dropdown and select
In the dialog that appears choose
Enable all code published by this publisher and click OK.
Further documentation is available on the Microsoft Office website.
If you have an HTTP proxy server between your Excel machine and the internet, you must set the
environment variable with the hostname or IP of the proxy server.
http_proxy is set with hostname or IP address of the proxy server in URL format:
If the proxy server requires a user name and password, include the credentials:
If the proxy server uses a port other than 80, include the port number:
If the proxy server is a SOCKS5 proxy, specify the SOCKS5 protocol in the URL: