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Array error checking for open Office Apps

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Would someone be so kind as to provide some guidence on my array problem? I'm attempting to write a script that checks to see what office applications are open. When I test run the script i'm getting the following error message:

"Array variable has incorrect number of subscripts or subscript dimension range exceeded."

Here is my code...

#include <Array.au3>

;Verify test to see if service is running
If ProcessExists("MSACCESS.exe") Then
     MsgBox(0, "", "ACCESS is running.")
Else
     MsgBox(0, "", "ACCESS is not running.")
EndIf
If ProcessExists("EXCEL.exe") Then
     MsgBox(0, "", "EXCEL is running.")
Else
     MsgBox(0, "", "EXCEL is not running.")
EndIf
If ProcessExists("INFOPATH.exe") Then
     MsgBox(0, "", "INFOPATH is running.")
Else
     MsgBox(0, "", "INFOPATH is not running.")
EndIf
If ProcessExists("OUTLOOK.exe") Then
     MsgBox(0, "", "Outlook is running.")
Else
     MsgBox(0, "", "Outlook is not running.")
EndIf
If ProcessExists("POWERPNT.exe") Then
     MsgBox(0, "", "POWERPOINT is running.")
Else
     MsgBox(0, "", "POWERPOINT is not running.")
EndIf
If ProcessExists("MSPUB.exe") Then
     MsgBox(0, "", "Publisher is running.")
Else
     MsgBox(0, "", "MPublisher is not running.")
EndIf
If ProcessExists("WINWORD.exe") Then
     MsgBox(0, "", "WORD is running.")
Else
     MsgBox(0, "", "WORD is not running.")
EndIf
If ProcessExists("OIS.exe") Then
     MsgBox(0, "", "Picture Manager is running.")
Else
     MsgBox(0, "", "Picture Manager is not running.")
EndIf

Local $ProcessArray[8][2] = [ _
     ["MSACCESS.exe", "Microsoft Access"], _
     ["EXCEL.exe", "Microsoft Excel"], _
     ["INFOPATH.exe", "Microsoft Infopath"], _
     ["OUTLOOK.exe", "Microsoft Outlook"], _
     ["POWERPNT.exe", "Microsoft PowerPoint"], _
     ["MSPUB.exe", "Microsoft Publisher"], _
     ["WINWORD.exe", "Microsoft Word"], _
     ["OIS.exe", "Microsoft Office Picture Manager"]]

_ArrayDisplay($ProcessArray, "Array List") ;For testing

For $i = 1 To UBound($ProcessArray) - 1
$ArrayProcess = ProcessExists($ProcessArray[$i][0])
MsgBox(0, "", "The following Office Application is running:" & @CRLF & $ArrayProcess & " " & $ProcessArray[0][$i]) ;For testingNext
exit

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Try this change to the MsgBox line in the For loop

$ProcessArray[$I][1]) ;For testing

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Try this change to the MsgBox line in the For loop

$ProcessArray[$I][1]) ;For testing

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