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Okay... If you have an Apartment Model threaded application, and one thread hangs, can you kill it off with an API call? Or does it have to sit there until the app terminates...?
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This should do it.

Private Declare Function TerminateThread Lib "kernel32" Alias "TerminateThread" (ByVal hThread As Long, ByVal dwExitCode As Long) As Long


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Thank you... I'll check the WinAPI libs for the right ExitCode.
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