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Hi Karolus, about your comment

That upper right corner "X" button does not the job properly in my case:

I start the database by opening a Form at start, and the usual DB development window is not on screen. When I click the X button in the Form, the form-window closes leaving a LibreOffice process running! And it gives trouble later on when I try to start a other DB. Closing that Form trough its menu File->Close does the un-clean exit and leaves a unneeded and unwanted LibreOffice running process.

The only clean Exit from that is using in the Form the menu choice File->Quit LibreOffice (Of course it needs the menu bar in the Form) or I can use CTRL/Q to quit LibO.

But in my application, I'd like to have a nice button in the form to do that CTRL/Q action.

Thanks anyway for your comment Karolus, it makes me explain my problem more pecisely. Bob.

Hi Karolus, about your comment

That upper right corner "X" button does not the job properly in my case:

I start the database by opening a Form at start, and from start, the usual DB development window is not on screen. screen (hidden). When I click the X button in the Form, the form-window closes leaving a LibreOffice process running! running! And it gives trouble later on when I try to start a other DB. Closing that Form trough its menu File->Close does the un-clean exit and leaves a unneeded and unwanted LibreOffice running process.

The only clean Exit from that is using in the Form the menu choice File->Quit LibreOffice (Of course it needs the menu bar in the Form) or I can use CTRL/Q to quit LibO.

But in my application, I'd like to have a nice button in the form to do that CTRL/Q action.

Thanks anyway for your comment Karolus, it makes me explain my problem more pecisely. Bob.