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Default Closing Excel Workbook

Hi all,

I have a excel workbook in which first sheet is a Login sheet contains combobox, textbox and command button when user click on close button the workbook should be closed.

I have written code Application.ActiveWorkbook.Close.

When i m running this on my PC that is server then its working ,
but when user is trying to close it on IE then it is not working.

My workbook is placed in Virtual Directory so that remote user can open from IE .


Need Help.................


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