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Posted on 2001-06-04
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Hi
Sometimes when developing and I have a couple of applications open, eg Access and Excel. I can't see any of the active applications window!!??

Got any ideas anyone?
Regards
admoller
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by:ArunKannan
ID: 6152210
Hi,
You must be using Automation of Excel and Access automation process. if your using so, then use quit method of that object to quit those applicaiton. I think that could be one of the reason. Please feel free to ask further

Arun
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Éric Moreau earned 50 total points
ID: 6152259
I had this problem in the past. Now I always use:
    With gobjExcel
        'Les 2 prochaines sont pour corriger un bug de Excel 97.
        .DisplayFullScreen = Not .DisplayFullScreen
        .DisplayFullScreen = Not .DisplayFullScreen
        .Visible = True
    End With
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by:admoller
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Brilliant, de 'ol bug eh!
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