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Excel 2010 - I want to permanently get rid of these pop up messages

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Sometimes when I work on a spreadsheet I get these messages.  I would like to turn them off permanently.
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Chris Bottomley earned 2000 total points
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File | Options | Formulas | Remove check from cells containing formulas resulting in an error ... and anything else there relevant.

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by:Alan
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Click on the warning sign, at the bottom of the list, click 'Error checking options'

In the dialogue, turn off 'Enable background error checking'

HTH,

Alan.
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by:SiddharthRout
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That error when when Microsoft Office Excel doesn't recognize text in a formula. Are you sure you want to avoid it rather than ignore it?

I would suggest you to leave the option 'On' and correct the error.

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That error occurs when when Microsoft Office Excel doesn't recognize text in a formula. Are you sure you want to ignore it rather than correct it?

I would suggest you to leave the option 'On' and correct the error.

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by:SiddharthRout
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Oh, I thought I had canceled the 1st post... Please ignore ID: 34905353. It has typos.

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