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Effective Save/Close Action Button

Often developers add a "Save and Close" action button to a form where the save
and close commands are listed sequentially. The results can be quirky. If a
field does not pass validation, it will prompt the user with the @Failure
message and then the user will be asked if he want to save the current
document.

A better solution would be for user to be prompted with only one message if the
fields do not pass validation. Try this "Save and Close" action button:
@If(@Command([FileSave]); @Command([FileCloseWindow]) ; @Return("") ) ;

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