I have a button on my form (created by the wizard) which closes the form.  In the close event of the form the user has the option to cancel the close.  How do I stop access displaying a message advising the user that the docmd action had been cancelled ?  I have tried docmd.setwarnings false but this does not work !!
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Prior to the close insert:

On error resume next
kiddiecAuthor Commented:
I have already tried on error resume next
The code that I use in my form is:

Private Sub Comando0_Click()
  On Error Resume Next
End Sub

Private Sub Form_Unload(Cancel As Integer)
  If (vbYes = MsgBox("exit?", vbYesNo)) Then
    Cancel = False
    Cancel = True
  End If
End Sub

' ---  Comando is the close's button

It's woks, well. But I thing the solution is for cekman.
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Try inserting the following code:

sub MyCloseButton_Click()

dim answer as integer

'The vbYesNo doesn't apply to Access 2.0 search help
'on msgbox...
answer = msgbox = "Do you want to exit?",vbYesNo (*)
if answer = vbYes then
    Docmd close

exit sub

Hope it helps,

Jeroen W


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Oh yeah, you'll have to remove the message from the close event.
Could you tell me what's in the close event? Maybe you can remove the whole thing.

Hope it helps,

Jeroen W

Sorry, JeroenW. Read the history before answer a question! and read the question too!!!

I think your response is not good, because he asks something different. And I think the answer's CEKMAN IS GOOD, The solution works well.

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