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OLECLOSE enumeration

Indicates whether an object should be saved before closing.

Syntax


typedef enum tagOLECLOSE { 
  OLECLOSE_SAVEIFDIRTY  = 0,
  OLECLOSE_NOSAVE       = 1,
  OLECLOSE_PROMPTSAVE   = 2
} OLECLOSE;

Constants

OLECLOSE_SAVEIFDIRTY

The object should be saved if it is dirty.

OLECLOSE_NOSAVE

The object should not be saved, even if it is dirty. This flag is typically used when an object is being deleted.

OLECLOSE_PROMPTSAVE

If the object is dirty, the IOleObject::Close implementation should display a dialog box to let the end user determine whether to save the object. However, if the object is in the running state but its user interface is invisible, the end user should not be prompted, and the close should be handled as if OLECLOSE_SAVEIFDIRTY had been specified.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows 2000 Professional [desktop apps only]

Minimum supported server

Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps only]

Header

OleIdl.h

See also

IOleObject::Close

 

 

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