Example 1

Private Sub REApplication_UIClosing(bcancel As Boolean)
'REApplication has a signing out property that can be set to true in the UIClosing event

REApplication.SigningOut = True

End Sub

Example 2

Public SignOutRE()
'Since we set the .SignOutOnTerminate property to True, the user will be signed out of the system.
            Set goREAPI = Nothing
End Sub

Private Function REAPI() As REAPI
    If goREAPI Is Nothing Then
'Create a new instance of the API object.  You'll want to do this only once.
        Set goREAPI = New REAPI
        goREAPI.SignOutOnTerminate = True
    End If
    Set REAPI = goREAPI
End Function

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