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MS-Access doesnt close

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Hi guys,
Whenever i launch my app, use it and close it,
the MS-access insist in not finish. The app
ended but Ms-access keeps a windows opened.
Anyone knows this bug?? How to fix it??
Its MS-Access 2000.

Thank you all

Maffonso
Nov 13 '05 #1
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That was a recognized but in the earlier version of Access 2000. There
is a service pack (SP) that corrects that problem - see the Microsoft
download site.

In the mean time, one of the fixes was programmatic:

Some people use this True/False syntax:

If chkIsAllowed Then
...

If you used that syntax in your VBA change it to this:

If chkIsAllowed = True Then

Apparently, the bug happens when you don't use an explicit comparison
expression on a Boolean value.

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ma******@gbl.com.br wrote:
Hi guys,
Whenever i launch my app, use it and close it,
the MS-access insist in not finish. The app
ended but Ms-access keeps a windows opened.
Anyone knows this bug?? How to fix it??
Its MS-Access 2000.

Nov 13 '05 #2

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Also a known bug, if closing Access from code, always use DoCmd.Quit
instead of Application.Quit.
lq

Nov 13 '05 #3

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Also a known bug, if closing Access from code, always use DoCmd.Quit
instead of Application.Quit.
lq

Nov 13 '05 #4

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Also a known bug, if closing Access from code, always use DoCmd.Quit
instead of Application.Quit.
lq

Nov 13 '05 #5

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MGFoster wrote:
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That was a recognized but in the earlier version of Access 2000. There
is a service pack (SP) that corrects that problem - see the Microsoft
download site.

In the mean time, one of the fixes was programmatic:

Some people use this True/False syntax:

If chkIsAllowed Then
...

If you used that syntax in your VBA change it to this:

If chkIsAllowed = True Then

Apparently, the bug happens when you don't use an explicit comparison
expression on a Boolean value.


You may also use:

If chkIsAllowed.Value then
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