"Do you want to save changes?" after editing email
I'm using Windows and Office XP Pro, and in Outlook I am
composing messages in Rich Text format, and have selected
the "use Microsoft Word to edit e-mail messages" and "use
MS Word to read Rich Text messages" options.
When I make any changes to an e-mail that has been sent
to me, upon closing the e-mail, a pop up window appears
asking me if I want to save changes (just like when you
make any changes to a Word document). Annoying! I'd like
to get rid of this feature.
Regardless of whether or not Word is set as you editor or what message
fo...Suppress "Do you want to save changes you made to ..." message.
Everytime I try to close an opened excel sheet, I get the message
"Do you want to save the cahnges you made to ........."
How can I suppress the "warning" dialog?
set oOXL = createObject("Excel.Application")
oXL.Visible = False
....... processing, only reading no modification to sheet ......
oXL.workbooks.Close <<<<< this triggers the message.
Set oXL = Nothing
"Perry" <Perry@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
ne..."do you want to save changes" when I close outlook
I have recently upgraded to office 2007, including outlook 2007. Now when I
add senders to the blocked sender list and then close outlook I am prompted
“do you want to save changes”. If I click “yes” I then get a message window
“the item cannot be saved because it was changed by another user or in
another window”. Also asks “Do you want to make a copy in the default folder
for the item”.
This only happens when senders are added to blocked sender list.
I would like to eliminate the prompt as the senders still seem to be added
to the list.
Previous verion of outlook was 2003. Usin..."Do you want to save changes?" question
Is there a flag or variable or property that I can check
that indicates whether or not the "Do you want to save
changes?" dialog will appear when a workbook is closed??
If someone changes the contents of a cell and tries to close
the workbook without saving, Excel knows that the user
did not save the workbook. So, just to be more clear,
how can I find out if Excel knows that a "save changes"
More than one option.
Application.DisplayAlerts = False
Application.DisplayAlerts = True
ActiveWorkbook.Clos...Do you want to save changes?
Everytime a shared workbook is opened and then closed without changes being
made to it, users are prompted by the following:
This document has been modified. Do you want to save changes?
Yes: Saves your changes.
No: Discards your changes.
Cancel Keeps this document open.
Using excel 2002. Again, no changes are made and the prompt still comes up.
Thanks in advance for any help.
not sure but could be a 'feature' of shared workbooks. another reason
could be the use of volatile functions:
Frank Kabel...Do You want to Save Changes
Sometimes when I close Outlook 2007 I am asked if I want to save changes.
Using XP Pro in a single user environment. Don't know why I am asked and
never had issue with Outlook 2003.
Would appreciate any assistance
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I copied an excel chart into powerpoint as "Excel Chart (entire workbook)" so
that it would not have any links to the orginal worksheet. When I then go in
to edit the data the changes are made to the chart however if I close the
powerpoint presentation it does not ask me if I want to save my changes, and
when I reopen the presentation the chart goes back to the orginal data. If I
consciously save the presentation before closing it, the changes made,
however I'm afraid I might close it without remembering to save it since I'm
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