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I have created a Form used for looking up data on our AS/400 using an ODBC connection.

After a user has used this form and is ready to exit, there is no need to save the form.

How do I stop lotus notes from prompting the user with a message box asking if they would like to save the document when they click to close the form or database?

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Add a field to the form (hidden) called 'SaveOptions' and set its value to '0'.  It will not prompt u, but it wont save the doc, also if u set it to '1' it will always save the doc w/o prompting.

-Gus
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