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Prompt for incompatibility when saving 'xls" to 'xlsx'  - Excel 2003 to Excel 2010

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Ian creating spreadsheets in SAS which is still creating the spreadsheets as xls.  I have Excel 2010 on my machine now.  

I have a macro which is formatting the spreadsheets.  Each time it saves I get the "incompatible message" attached.  Is there someway to code in VB so the process keeps going without manual response or to eliminate the message?
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Raheman M. Abdul earned 350 total points
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use the following line in your VB code to tick off the compatibility checking during saving

ActiveWorkbook.CheckCompatibility = False
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