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Microsoft KB Archive/103188

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PRB: Unable to Close Microsoft Access from Control-Menu Box

Article ID: Q103188
Creation Date: 18-AUG-1993
Revision Date: 19-SEP-1996 The information in this article applies to:

  • Microsoft Access versions 1.0 and 1.1

SYMPTOMS


You receive the following error message when you attempt to close Microsoft Access from the Control-menu box:

   Currently unable to quit Microsoft Access

CAUSE

This problem occurs if the currently selected form has an OnClose property pointing to a macro that contains the Quit action.

RESOLUTION


Do not attach a macro containing the Quit action to the OnClose property of the form if you will be using the Control-menu box to quit Microsoft Access.

STATUS


This problem no longer occurs in Microsoft Access version 2.0.

MORE INFORMATION


Steps to Reproduce Behavior


Create a blank, unbound form and save it as Form1:

      Form: Form1
      ---------------
      OnClose: Macro1

Create a new macro and save it as Macro1:

      Macro Name      Action
      ----------------------
      Macro1          Quit

Open Form1 in Form view, and then double-click the Microsoft Access Control-menu box, or choose Close from the Control-menu box. You will receive the error message:

      Currently unable to quit Microsoft Access.






        



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Additional reference words: 1.00 1.10 on close system
KBCategory: kbusage
KBSubcategory: McrActn