Save As in VB

davidhall80

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I am trying to save a file over an older file with the same name. Everytime I get to that part in the macro, I get prompted by excel whether I want to save over the other file. My answers is always YES. is there a way for excel VB to choose YES for me. Thanks in advance
 

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Smitty

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Application.DisplayAlerts = False will suppress that message.

Just set it back to True at the end.

HTH,

Smitty
 

davidhall80

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Do I have to paste that code after each save I do in my macro or just one time in the beggining
 

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