SetWarnings in 2007 Macro

I want to use the "SetWarnings" action in a macro but I received a message of "The text you entered isn't an item in the list. Select an item from the list, or enter text that matches one of the listed items".
Any idea of an alternative way to do the same functions like SetWarnings in X2007?

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From within a macro I used to "setwarnings" to off so I wouldnt keep having to click "yes" or "ok" - is there a different way of doing this from within a macro?

Secondly, I want to run a saved import from within the macro - any ideas?

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