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I've had this problem for a while.
 
I put a break point to test in both the embedded Form's OnClosed and OnClosing Events and the code in these event don't get called.
 
How do I get these events to fire?
The OnClosed and OnClosing Events in my MainForm works properly.
 
Thanks,
Donnelly
Posted 27-Dec-10 8:03am
Edited 27-Dec-10 13:11pm
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John Simmons / outlaw programmer at 27-Dec-10 13:14pm
   
Without seeing some code, we really can't suggest anything.
Walt Fair, Jr. at 27-Dec-10 19:33pm
   
How are you closing the form?
Dalek Dave at 27-Dec-10 18:11pm
   
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If it's possible to get at the instance of the embedded form you may want to try and call its Close() method on your main form's OnClosing event. I figure that way the embedded form's events might be called.
 
Regards,
 
Manfred
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Dalek Dave at 27-Dec-10 18:11pm
   
Good Call, Manfred.

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