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Thread: Stopping execution at the form level

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    May 1999
    Atlanta, GA


    I need to find a way to stop execution on the form level. I have a cancel button that should end all activity on the current form, hand control back to a main form, and close itself. Unfortunately, once I get done executing the unload procedure, the code begins executing back where it was stopped. The "End" statement won't work because it ends the entire program's executions. Thanks for all help.

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    In those cases, I've used a global variable to determine if a valid selection was chosen in the modal form. If not, then exit sub (the sub that showed the form), otherwise, continue.

    I don't like doing it that way, but that's the only other way I can think of, besides the modal form modifying a property on the main form, and testing for that, but that's basically the same thing. Anyone else?

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