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Difference Between DoCmd.Quit and Application.Quit

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What is the difference between DoCmd.Quit and Application.Quit?
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Basicaly they're the same. DoCmd.Quit was introduced in Access 95, but is now a legacy function. Microsoft maintains it for backwards compatibility, but recommends you use Application.Quit instead.
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