Hiding the "Contacting server for information." popup

excelfrogs

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Hello,

Is it possible to hide this dialog? It comes up when I refresh a "Get data from web" link. I sometimes takes more than 10 seconds and I want the refresh to run in the background and continue to run other macro's instead.

Pc21uc
 

Excel Facts

Return population for a City
If you have a list of cities in A2:A100, use Data, Geography. Then =A2.Population and copy down.
Try putting this line in your code where Application.DisplayAlerts = False

Please be informed it will block all your notifications.

You can turn it on with

Application.DisplayAlerts = True

Hope it Helps!


 
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