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How Do I End A Windows CE Program Using VB.Net 2005?

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This sounds like a really dumb question.  I am writing a program for Windows CE using VB.Net 2005.  I can't figure out how to end the program.  .Net won't allow an "End" statement in CE.  Do we just expect the user to unplug their device to end it?  I'm only half joking here.  
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Have you tried:
Application.Exit

Dave
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Thanks for the fast response.  Perfect!

I have another question, but I'll post separately.
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np.

Glad to help,

Dave
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