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When my Excel is busy running a macro, Processclose is not closing Excel. If Excel is not busy doing anything, processclose Excel works fine.

Is there any way autoit can close Excel while it is running macros? At the moment I'm closing Excel by Task Manager End Task.

Many thanks

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Why do you need to close Excel this way at all?

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It may be Excel is stuck because of the macro. I think the bigger question to ask is "has he verified the macro is not buggy"?

Also you can use CRTL+BREAK to suspend execution of the macro at any point. You will be put into break mode and can press F5 to continue the execution. Of course this only works when there is no message box open.

 

Source: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6776919/stopping-excel-macro-executution-when-pressing-esc-wont-work

Edited by DarthCookieMonster
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