Do You Want To Save Changes Made to... See Also: Prevent Save As in Excel and Stop/Prevent Save Prompts in Excel
Some users will get the "Do You Want To Save Changes Made to..." when closing an Excel Workbook that has had no changes, or even a new Workbook without changes. The reason for this is normally the storing of Volatile function(s) in the Personal.xls Workbook. Common Volatile function are NOW(), TODAY() and others. These type of formulas are forced to recalculate every time you enter data in any open Workbook, or even make other changes. To fix the problem, simply remove the Volatile function(s) from your Personal.xls, or place the code below into the Private Module of the Personal.xls (ThisWorkbook).
Private Sub Workbook_BeforeClose(Cancel As Boolean) Me.Saved = True ''Or, use the line below if you wish to save automatically 'Me.save End Sub
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