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Answer Excel 'yes/no' question in Macro without user intervention?

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    Question Answer Excel 'yes/no' question in Macro without user intervention?

    As part of my macro, I am opening a new workbook, copying data to it, and closing it after I'm done. I do not want to save the changes made to 'Book1'. How do I get the macro to answer this for me or ignore the question? I don't want the program to stop for input from the user.

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    Hello Dingman4,

    To prevent the Save Changes dialog from launching, set the Workbook Saved property to true before you close the workbook.
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    Thank you! How do I answer 'no' to following question?

    What is the code to answer 'no' to the following question when closing excel file?

    "There is a large amount of information on the clipboard. Do you want to be able to paste this information into another program later?"

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    well you can
    activeworkbook.close false not to save changes

    application.displayalerts = false suppresses warnings like the clipboard thing

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    Dav

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