ridding of the delete sheet confirmation in VBA

jsolomon

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Hi all!
Here's my code:

If Left(ws.Name, 5) = "Sheet" Then
ws.Delete

Problem is it it asks if i'm sure if i want to delete the worksheet whenever i run the code. How do i get rid of that confirmation so that it just deletes it without asking if I am sure?
 

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application.displayalerts = false
ws.delete
application.displayalerts = true
 

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