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jpen

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Hi All,

Iám searching for an old topic but cannot find it.

I get data from a dat or csv file and when I close the file Excel is asking if I want to save the file. There is a way that this question isn't asked.

But how?

Thanks
Jan-Henk
 

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Derek

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Hi there

If you are doing this by code, try using this line before your closing file code:

Application.DisplayAlerts = False

regards
Derek
 

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