Automatically ran macro

AutoMacroGuru

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Office Version
  1. 365
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  1. Windows
Hello,

I am looking to have a macro ran periodically on a spreadsheet. In order to achieve such a goal, I based myself on a post I saw from The Spreadsheet Guru (link below).

unfortunately, my macro modifies the file and I am asked if I want to save the changes. Does anyone know if there’s a line I can add to preclude the VBscript from asking me this? I am not supposed to have anything to do, the script is supposed to do all the work, that’s the whole point 😅.

regards,
AutoMacroGuru
 

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sykes

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Office Version
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To close & save changes (without the user being prompted):
VBA Code:
activeworkbook.Close  true

... and don't save:

VBA Code:
activeworkbook.Close  false
 

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