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What is the correct syntax for DoCmd.Close (...... an Access Form ........). Executed from another Form Code

Posted on 2009-07-12
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If the action of closing the form is requested in the code belonging to the form, "mx " posted solution:
DoCmd.Close acForm, Me.Name
Worked.

But if I am in a different form code, and I want to close two other forms, the "solution" does not tell Access which form to close. How do I specify the form names I want to close in the DoCmd.Close acForm

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DoCmd.Close acForm, "Name of form goes here"
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Worked perfectly. Thank you.
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