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vb6, excel Run-time error 1004 method 'close' of object 'workbooks' failed

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I have following code in VB6 application where i open file for reading and storing values in dimension. i close the file and open file again for updating values. but while closing it give error  Run-time error 1004  Method 'Close' of object 'Workbooks' failed'

following is my code

    Dim XLSBK              As New Excel.Application
    Dim XLwsh              As New Excel.Worksheet

    Dim fs
    Set fs = CreateObject("scripting.filesystemobject")
    SelParamFileName = Trim(ctlSELPARAMFILENAME.Text)
    If Trim(Len(SelParamFileName)) = 0 Then
       MsgBox "Select Excel Parameter file", vbCritical, Me.Caption
'       cmdPARAMSEARCH.SetFocus
       Exit Sub
    End If
'**********************************************************************
    If Not fs.FileExists(SelParamFileName) Then
        MsgBox "Warning - Not a valid Excel Parameter file name ", vbCritical
        Exit Sub
    End If
'**********************************************************************
    XLSBK.DefaultFilePath = SelParamFileName
'**********************************************************************
    XLSBK.Workbooks.Open SelParamFileName, , , , , , , , , True
    XLSBK.Visible = False
     For Ctr = 1 to 20
                XLSBK.Cells(Ctr, 11) = "updateremark"
      next        
 
     XLSBK.Workbooks.Close ( ON THIS LINE SYSTEM GOT HANG AND GIVE MESSAGE RETRY OR SWITCH TO - WHEN PRESS CLT+ALT+DEL
       TO TERMINATE PROCESS - ERROR 1004 )



Thanks in advance .
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Question by:Nitin Shah
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by:Martin Liss
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XLSBK.Workbooks(SelParamFileName).Close
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by:Nitin Shah
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Dear Martin Liss

XLSBK.Workbooks(SelParamFileName).Close  

is giving error - Subscript out range
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by:Martin Liss
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Try
XLSBK.Workbooks(1).Close
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Ryan Chong earned 2000 total points
ID: 41887250
or you can define a Excel.Workbook object , like:

Dim XLSworkbook              As New Excel.Workbook
...

set XLSworkbook = XLSBK.Workbooks.Open(SelParamFileName, , , , , , , , , True)
    XLSworkbook.Visible = False
Set XLwsh = XLSworkbook.WorkSheets(1)
     For Ctr = 1 to 20
                XLwsh.Cells(Ctr, 11) = "updateremark"
      next        
     XLSworkbook.Save
     XLSworkbook.Close
Set XLwsh = Nothing
Set XLSworkbook = Nothing
....

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by:Nitin Shah
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Dear Ryan Chong

It is working file but at instruction

XLSworkbook.Save - It give message ' A file namned 'RESUME.XLW' already exists in this location. do want to replace it?
yes - no - cancel


when i say YES it is saving in same file. but i could not find file name in my computer -  'RESUME.XLW'

thanks sir
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by:Ryan Chong
Ryan Chong earned 2000 total points
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if problem persists... you may try use SaveAs instead:
XLSworkbook.SaveAs SelParamFileName

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I'm not too sure about the .xlw issue, but it seems linked to excel workspace?
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by:Nitin Shah
ID: 41889247
Thanks Ryan Chong,


It is working fine.

Thanks for kind prompt reply.

Thanks
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