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Ok Here's my problem: I have a form that asks the user if he wants to save his work before exiting if he click exit. But if he clicks the windows close button, nothing will show up. Anyone can tell me where can I put my code so that when user clicks this button the same will be executed?
Thank you everyone!
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dlwright021299 earned 100 total points
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You will have to place the code in the "form_unload" procedure.
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Right... dumb me! Worked fine thanks!
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