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I tried to close the application winword .

nothing happens ! what is wrong ?

Here is the script .. / the other part of the script works ......

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Const $wdFormatRTF = 6

If ProcessExists("WINWORD.EXE") Then

ProcessClose("WINWORD.EXE")

EndIf

$word = ObjCreate("Word.Application")

$word.visible = False

$sFile = FileOpenDialog("Open Word File", @ScriptDir, "Word Doc (*.Doc)")

$word.Documents.open($sFile)

$word.Selection.TypeText( "november 26 " )

$word.Activedocument.SaveAs(@ScriptDir & "\resume.RTF", $wdFormatRTF )

$word.Application.Quit

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Scripta,

Seems to work fine here as well.

Using some simple debug - is the script getting into the If statement (i.e. does it think the process exists?).

Is the process running as the correct user?

Is word popping up a dialog box of some kind (such as Save?) that is preventing windows from ending the process (not sure if this would even be the case - simple to test).

What version of Word? (I tested on 2003)

Kind Regards,

-Chris

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Scripta,

Seems to work fine here as well.

Using some simple debug - is the script getting into the If statement (i.e. does it think the process exists?).

Is the process running as the correct user?

Is word popping up a dialog box of some kind (such as Save?) that is preventing windows from ending the process (not sure if this would even be the case - simple to test).

What version of Word? (I tested on 2003)

Kind Regards,

-Chris

Correct , Legitim User !

have 2002 .

????? sill banging the wall !

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