Having brain cramp, how can I tell if Workbook has changed

sbendbuckeye

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Hello all,

I have a workbook with some custom menus built into it so I need to emulate the Close dialog regarding saving, yes, no, cancel, etc. But I am having a major brain cramp. How can I determine whether or not the workbook has actually changed.

Thanks in advance for any ideas and/or suggestions!
 

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pgc01

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Hi sbendbuckeye


Please try:

If Not ActiveWorkbook.Saved Then

HTH
PGC
 

sbendbuckeye

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Thanks to both of you! I had forgotten that the Saved value is set to True until something changes.
 

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