I what code do i put behind my command button that will allow the user to exit access when they click on it
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However, you should make sure that you have closed all objects and released all references before you do this. Check out Quit Method in the Help files.
? what's with the 'close all ... before"?
Ms. Access appears to do a good job of removing object references when closing. What 'She' misses, is cleaned up by the O.S. - which is S L O O W L Y getting better even at that.
What do you know about this that I don't?
There is never time to do it right but there is always time to do it over
Did the Application.Quit do what you wanted?