I am working on a Excel 2007 workbook that will contain a macro to save the current sheet (a template) as
- a PDF file (no problem)
- a Excel 97-2003 file (problem)
When saving the Excel file a messagebox appears asking about
“Defined names of formulas in this workbook may display different values when they are recalculated…Do you want Excel to recalculate all formulas when this workbook is opened?”.
The user can then select Yes/No and then the file will save.
How do I disable the messagebox from appearing?
The default answer would be ‘No’.
My code for saving:
Sub saveAs_97_2003_Workbook(tempFilePath As String, tempFileName As String) Dim Destwb As Workbook Dim SaveFormat As Long 'Remember the users setting SaveFormat = Application.DefaultSaveFormat 'Set it to the 97-2003 file format Application.DefaultSaveFormat = 56 ActiveSheet.Copy Set Destwb = ActiveWorkbook Destwb.CheckCompatibility = False With Destwb .SaveAs tempFilePath & tempFileName & ".xls", FileFormat:=56 .Close SaveChanges:=False End With 'Set DefaultSaveFormat back to the users setting Application.DefaultSaveFormat = SaveFormat End Sub
Try putting this around the With, End With:
Application.DisplayAlerts = False With Destwb ... End With Application.DisplayAlerts = True
Should suppress the message, but not sure if it’ll default the way you want.