Excel VBA - How to trap hitting the top right X button so it doesn't ask to save the workbook

I have an Excel spreadsheet that I do not want people to be able to save.  Some things they can do in the app makes Excel think that there have been save-worthy changes.  I have trapped this everywhere except the top right X button.  How can I trap this or get it not to save?  I considered using Application.DisplayAlerts = False but the default for that to save is yes.
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Add the code below to the ThisWorkbook code sheet. This will make excel act as if no changes have been made, so will just close without saving and without prompting to save.

Private Sub Workbook_BeforeClose(Cancel As Boolean)
    ThisWorkbook.Saved = True
End Sub

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jnash67Author Commented:
Thanks.  I had that in other places but not ultimately where it counted.
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