Make list or Macro to close drawing without saving?

I would like to make a button that with one click of a mouse it would close
a drawing without asking me to save. Often I open many drawings that I
want to look at and then close with out saving. Is it possible with
macros or lisp? I tried a macro, but it brings up file dialog box "save
yes or no". It will not accept the "no" in the macro.
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lbbs
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Try this part of code:
(command "quit" "y")
You can place this code in the a button
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Sorry, I should clarify. I would like to close each selected file with one mouse click. So if I have 4 drawing that I want to close, I would have to click 4 times. I don't want to "quite" because I always have some drawings in progress that I don't want to close. I tried to put (command "close" "n") in the button, and it recognizes the close command, but does not recognize the "n" (no) command.
e.g. Command: (command "close" "n") close Command: n Unknown command "N". Press F1 for help.
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lbbs
FWIW
From VBA, this Sub worked:
Sub CloseMe() ThisDrawing.Close End Sub
I'm sure you can call this same thing through the VLAX functions, I'm just not sure how, exactly you do it. If I find it, I'll repost.
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TomD
I am not familiar with vba. Where would I intput that routine? Any ideas how to do it with macro or lisp?
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lbbs
Go to this link
formatting link
and check out "ax:CloseAll". It closes all drawings but could be modified.
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TomD
How about Alt + F4 and hold down Alt and N?
Matthew
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Matthew

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