Using VBA to exit out of Excel

Brott

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I search the archives and either I was asking the wrong question or it is not already out there.

I am looking to execute a button and have not only the workbook close but I want to exit out of Excel all together.

I already have the file being saved and exporting data, I would like to just close it now.

Thanks everyone for reading this and thank you for answering it.
 

Excel Facts

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Select a range of cells. The total appears in bottom right of Excel screen. Right-click total to add Max, Min, Count, Average.
Try this.
Code:
Application.Quit
 
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