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How can I automatically answer yes to a windows popup message?

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Hi Experts,

The popup message that I am getting is the following:

http://members.rogers.com/rng77/pic.gif

How can I automatically respond with "yes" using VBA?

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You download a free program called ExpressClickYes from the net and install that.

It clicks Yes for you.

Pete

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