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How to get VBA to answer a close (save) file prompt

How to get VBA to answer a close (save) file prompt

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I have code in my Excel spreadsheet to copy and paste from a worksheet to a new worksheet. I then save this new worksheet as a CSV type file. When I close this active window (the CSV file) via VBA, it asks me if I want to save the file (I have to manually say "no").
How do I get VB to either say no automatically or bypass this message and close the file?

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