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hi,

I have a login form with an Exit button. I want my workbook to close as I click Exit button.

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Thnx for your help man. Now I have another situation.

I have the following:

1. Login form containing username and password fields.
2. Data entry form

I want to do the following:

1. Coding for username and password fields, which, If the login is successful, takes me to DATA Entry Form, Otherwise shows message "Invalid Login".

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