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In Foxprow 6 why does pressing esc close a form

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I have an application with 10 forms.  One of them closes when I press Esc but I cannot find any code that causes this to happen.  None of the other forms close with Esc.  I have compared the properties of the forms but cannot find anything.
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hiraben earned 500 total points
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You have the cancel property of one of the buttons on that form set to .T.
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Thanks a million, I had spent hours on that.
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