Accepting the contents of a message box in VBA

djurmann

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Hi folks,

I have created a macro that merges cells. A message box comes up saying "merging into one cell will keep the upper left most data only". I am happy with this. How do I either stop the box appearing or set the macro to automatically choose OK each time without me clicking?

Many thanks,

Danny
 

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Hi Danny

Include the following line in your code:

Code:
Application.DisplayAlerts = False

you can turn alerts back on again (should you wish to do so) by switching it back to True.

Best regards

Richard
 
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