On Thu, Jul 28, 2005, coco coco wrote:

> The problem is with signing Office macro, which has to use the stupid macro
> editor to do. And there is no place to insert an option for timestamping.
> All the information I get is that the editor will do it automatically, and 
> somehow,
> that info for getting timestamp must be known to the editor, thru the 
> certificate.
> So I'm trying to figure out how to put that info into the cert to make that
> macro editor happy.

Hmmm, I don't have access to the relevant tools for that. Do you have a sample
signed macro or certificate that includes this information?

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