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Chapter 13. Completing Your Database App... > Creating Macro Groups and Using Macr... - Pg. 459

Completing Your Database Application 459 3. 4. In the first row of the Macro Name column, enter ExitAccess. Click in the Action column, open the list of actions, and then scroll down and select Quit. In the Action Arguments area for this macro, keep Save All as the Options argument. The ExitAccess macro will close the current database and then close Access. By specifying Save All as the Options argument, we instruct Access to save any work we're doing in Access before the application closes. If you set the Options argument to Prompt, you'll see a message