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Application.ProtectedViewWindowBeforeClose Event (Word)

Occurs immediately before a protected view window or a document in a protected view window closes.

Version Added: Word 2010

expression .ProtectedViewWindowBeforeClose(PvWindow, CloseReason, Cancel)

expression An expression that returns an Application object.

Parameters

Name

Required/Optional

Data Type

Description

PvWindow

Required

ProtectedViewWindow

The protected view window that is closed.

CloseReason

Required

[INT]

A constant in the WdProtectedViewCloseReason enumeration that specifies the reason the protected view window is closed.

Cancel

Required

Boolean

False when the event occurs. If the event procedure sets this argument to True, the window does not close when the procedure is finished.

NoteNote
If the ProtectedViewWindowsBeforeClose event is called as part of the ProtectedView.Edit method, setting Cancel to True produces no action.

The following code example prompts the user for a yes or no response before closing any document. This code must be placed in a class module, and an instance of the class must be correctly initialized to see this example work. For more information about how to do this, see Using Events with the Application Object.

The following code example assumes that you have declared an application variable called "App" in your general declarations and have set the variable equal to the Word Application object.

Private Sub App_ProtectedViewWindowBeforeClose(ByVal PvWindow As ProtectedViewWindow, ByVal CloseReason As Long, Cancel As Boolean) 
Dim intResponse As Integer 
 
    intResponse = MsgBox("Do you really " _ 
        & "want to close the document?", _ 
        vbYesNo) 
 
    If intResponse = vbNo Then Cancel = True 
 
End Sub

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