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Turn off save confirmation for excel in VB6

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I've a VB program that populates an Excel sheet, prints it out, then closes it.

Every time it closes it's asking if I want to save my changes, which is always No.

How can I turn off the save confirmation and just have it dump the changes when it quits? It's VB controlling all of this, or if theres a way to turn it off just inside that 1 file, but I dont want a global change for all of Excel... just when I'm using this file.

Anyone?
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On the Workbook Before Close, put:

Workbook.Saved = True

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Thank you much!
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