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I'm trying to allow the user to choose whether or not they really want to close the form, in case they accidentally click the X button. I have it where the application asks whether they want to close it, and when they click "Yes", it closes. But, what should I put in the "No" event handler so that it stops the form from closing?

The code that I have so far is in the Form's (Form_Closing) event.
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Try setting Cancel = True in the Closing event to prevent the form from unloading.
 
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drummerboy0511 19-Nov-10 22:34pm    
Ahh... I'm unsure of how to do this.
Abhinav S 20-Nov-10 2:48am    
Have a look at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.componentmodel.canceleventargs.cancel.aspx.
Dalek Dave 20-Nov-10 4:58am    
5 for that, spot on.
Abhinav S 20-Nov-10 11:04am    
Thanks DD.
drummerboy0511 20-Nov-10 11:13am    
Ahh, okay. Thank you very much!
Hi! I have the solution of this Problem

Use This Code :

VB
Private Sub FrmMDI_FormClosing(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.Windows.Forms.FormClosingEventArgs) Handles Me.FormClosing
    Dim Flag As Integer
    Flag = (MsgBox("Are you sure you want to exit ? ", vbInformation + vbOKCancel, "Exit"))
    If Flag = 2 Then e.Cancel = 1
    End
End Sub


And Your Problem is Solved.
Thank you. :)
 
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drummerboy0511 20-Nov-10 11:12am    
Thank you very much!

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