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Excel "Inconsistent Formulas"

Hello-- I am working in Excel 2003 and am getting green triangles in the top-left of certain cells, indicating an "Inconsistent formula." In order to get them to go away, I have to click "Ignore error" in the dropdown menu... Is there a way to get them to all disappear with VBA code? Something along the lines of:

Application.MakeAnnoyingGreenThingsGoAway

Thank you.
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Jeff9687

8/22/2022 - Mon
JammerGal

Tools->Options, select "Error Checking" tab,
Unselect "Inconsistent formula in region" , or unselect "Enable background error checking" .
SiddharthRout

Click on Menu Tool~~> options
Under the error checking tab "Uncheck" "inconsistent formulas in region" :)
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Jeff9687

Is there a way to do it in VBA? My code is going to run on a server and then the resulting spreadsheet will be automatically written to pdf, and the server's Excel may have the inconsistent formula notifications activated so the only way for me to change it will be through VBA... also, I'd like to be able to turn the notifications back on so after the code is done running and the pdf is printed so that I don't wind up permanently changing the Excel settings on the server. For example I know that for the option to change the column format in a spreadsheet from alphabetical to RC, instead of doing it manually through tools ~ options ~ general ~ R1C1 reference style, you can do it in vba via:

Application.ReferenceStyle=xlA1
Your help has saved me hundreds of hours of internet surfing.
fblack61
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Jeff9687

Nice, that's what I was looking for.