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Never use the End statement

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There are a lot of risks involved in using End in VB programs: your databases might not be correctly closed, your objects are not correctly terminated, etc. You should always terminate a program by unloading all the forms. You can do this using the following routine:

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For index = Forms.Count - 1 To 0 Step -1
 Unload Forms(index)
Next

or you can use a Do While loop:

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Do While Forms.Count > 1
 Unload Forms(0)
Loop

UPDATE: The above code doesn't unload the form from which it is lanched. To effectively unload all forms, add an Unload Me statement.


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