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I what code do i put behind my command button that will allow the user to exit access when they click on it


RE: Exit



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.


RE: Exit


? 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

RE: Exit

I have gotten burned a few times by leaving open references to other applications, such as Word and Excel.  It's just good coding practice to set all objects to Nothing when you are done with them.  I'm not techie enough to know the reasons why.

Did the Application.Quit do what you wanted?


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