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On closing the application - Visual Studio Debugger is still running

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VS 2005 / Windows Application - VB.Net

On closing the application, Visual Studio Debugger is still running.

I have to manually stop the debugger.

i.e if i click the X-mark next to Maximize / Minimize - Form is closed - But Application is still running.

We actually want - Application.Exit
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I don't have Visual Studio 2005 anymore (by the way, you can get Visual Basic .Net 2010 Express for free at http://www.microsoft.com/express) so my screens will look different, but on the properties of your project what have you selected for "Enable application framework" and "Shutdown Mode"?  Are there still open forms, perhaps one not visible? Do you have any code in the Form_Closing/ed event handler of the form?
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