How can I have VB automatically select "OK" or "Delete" on a Pop-up Window from Excel 2007

Chopper50

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I have VB Code that is deleting a worksheet from a workbook. I use code < Sheets("Sheet1").Delete > and it deletes fine, however Excel has a Pop up that asks me if I for sure want to delete the sheet. How can I say "Delete" automatically with VB Code so I do not need user interaction.

Same issue when I save the worksheet. A pop up asks the user if they want to Continue because of the compatibility checker.
 

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Try adding this to beginning of code

Application.DisplayAlerts = False


Then set back to true at the end
Application.DisplayAlerts = True
 
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