How do I 'unload' a form?

Why doesnt the terminate event of a form fire when I have this in a fucntion when a user clicks on exit:

Unload ME
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JuiletteCommented:

'unload event

Dim Form As Form
 
For Each Form In Forms
      Unload Form
      Set Form = Nothing
   Next Form
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charlescopeCommented:
The ME is based on which form has the focus, if the form that the command button is on has the unload me in the click event it will fire the terminate event. My guess is you are confused and placed the code in the wrong event. One way to trace this problem is in each forms terminate event place a debug.print statement with that forms name in it. Then click the exit button and go to the debug window to see which form terminated event got fired.
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