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Leave a message when exiting system in Access

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Hi

I really want to simply leave a message saying "Thank-You for using my
system any reccomendations..bla bla bla.. Good-Bye" and then he simply
clicks OK
Its like putting up a message instead of "Would you like to save
changes -Yes No Cancel" that kind!
can u help me?
Nick

May 6 '06 #1
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Do you use a switchboard-form to navigate ?
Do you use another form to navigate ?

You need to code the first form that is opened by your app
(Well...actually you need the last form to be closed when quitting your app)

Code any message you like for the Close event of that form.

Private Sub Form_Close()
Msgbox bla blah
End Sub

Arno R

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Hi

I really want to simply leave a message saying "Thank-You for using my
system any reccomendations..bla bla bla.. Good-Bye" and then he simply
clicks OK


Its like putting up a message instead of "Would you like to save
changes -Yes No Cancel" that kind!


can u help me?


Nick

May 6 '06 #2

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