I want to delete sheets using a macro without getting the sheet confirmation box. The reason is that I have a macro that is run from one book and creates a new book and copies one sheet from the original to the new.
So, I don't want the standard Sheet1, Sheet2, and Sheet3 in the new book.
Right now I just have my macro set up to delete these extra sheets, but I get the sheet delete confirmation.
Is there any way to either not get this confirmation, or to create a new completely blank workbook?
I don't think this question goes against the forum rules because I don't think this is actual security feature as such. However, if it does, just let me know, and in that case my question is just can you create a new workbook without the standard three blank sheets.