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I've wrote a program using rdo. When I use "Unload me" to quit the program, that havent any response, so cannot quit the program.  How to solve it?  What's wrong?
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Could be any number of possibilities,

The 'unload me' is called from the main form you wish to unload, not a procedure in a module.

Another form could be hidden and needs unloading

Try unloading the form explicitly i.e. unload Form1

try running this in the immediate window (you may have to press crtl-break) when you think the form should have unloaded
Put the code in a module
Public Sub ShowFormNames
    dim frm as form
   
    for each frm in Forms
        debug.print frm.name
    next
End Sub

put a break point in the QueryUnload and Unload events to make sure it is going in there, bearing in mind if Cancel is set to 1 in QueryUnload it will stop the form from unloading

As a last resort rename ShowFormNames to UnloadAllForms and change
'debug.print frm.name' to 'unload frm'
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Also if you press ctrl-break then F8 is there any code still running anywhere (i.e. a loop of some kind)

And as an extreme last resort use 'End' to terminate the program
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