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closing form / X Button

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hi, is it possible to run a code when the form is closed.

What i mean is... when the user clicks the x on the top right to close the form, can i run code before the form closes?

i have done something simular before... when the user clicks the x button a dialog box appears says "are you sure"... "yes" or "No"

But i forgot how i did it.

please help

Thanks James
Sep 21 '07 #1
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The details will vary a bit between versions of VB, but you probably want to place your code in the Unload or QueryUnload event procedures. One important difference is that in the QueryUnload, you can refuse to let the form be unloaded, by setting the Cancel parameter to True.
Sep 22 '07 #2

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