Close button X

julenshaun

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I run the macros which work fine but what i am trying to do is once i have finished all i want to do and close the whole workbook, i click the x in the top right hand corner and you get a message box asking to save with the three options, well i want to change that so you have no options and it goes straight to the 'save as' part, i am trying with some VBA code:

Application.GetSaveAsFilename but just unsure how to get it to work on the x close button
 

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