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Prevent users from closing the application - force them to use the Exit button

Posted on 2008-06-24
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Is there a way to prevent users from closing an ACCESS 2003 application?  I want them to use the Exit Database button to gracefully get out of the database but how do I prevent them from simply hitting the application's close X?
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see this link

How to disable the Close button on the Application window and the Exit command on the File menu

http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=300688
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All were good suggestions so I am going to split points.  Thank you both!
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