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Close Form
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Close an Open Form using DoCmd.Close


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In this video I'm going to teach you how to close one form when another is closed. It involves ONE line of VBA coding, but don't be afraid. I'll show you exactly how to do it.

Claudia from Henderson, Nevada (a Platinum Member) asks: I have a couple of "additional info" forms that I can open for a customer, such as their contacts, orders, service calls, etc. I like to keep these as separate forms much like you do in your Free Customer Template. It's a pain to have to close them all individually whenever I'm done with a customer. Is there a way to link them all so they close whenever I close the customer form?

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Members will learn how to loop through ALL open forms and close them, except for the Main Menu form.

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