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access 2003 hit do not save accidentally when closing module

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I accidentally hit do not save when closing a module - I haven't closed the database yet - is there some way to go back and save???
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If it's a form, report or query, i'm afraid not. If it is a vba module or class module (not a module linked to a form or a report), your changes should still be there and you should be able to press the "save" button in the VBA editor.
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