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vrf Excel2k stays in processlist

Question asked by VRFuser on Jan 12, 2005




Hi,
I asked this question a short while ago.  Let me just explain why this was
a problem.  The Excel.exe remaining in the process list appears to lock-out
any .xls file you opened using your Vee program.  You need to kill the
Excel.exe before you can modify such .xls files.

David Watling



                                                                                                               
                      "Shawn Fessenden"                                                                        
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