How to fix excel.exe stuck in task manager easily

Re: Remove Excel.exe From Task Manager

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Note that the code snippets posted are just that and don’t include any error handling that is really needed Computermondo real applications, but avoid On Error Next

Sometimes (for example, when an FSR crashes), additional Word or Excel processes may be running on the workstation. To kill these processes, you can do one of three things:
1. Restart this computer.
2. End the Winword.exe and Excel.exe process in Task Manager.
3. End the task with taskkill.exe
Although 1 is the easiest, it would also be tedious to wait for the computer to restart, related programs to start, etc. 2. really very convenient because someone can click to select processes and then kill them, but that can also take a lot of time if there are more than 1 or 5 Excel or Word processes.
#3 executes a command that stops all running processes with the same name. This is convenient, and can also be embedded in a batch file (discuss this with your internal IT department).

Program ReleaseComObject And FinalReleaseComObject?

When you access an Office COM object through interop assemblies, the .net Framework automatically wraps it in a callable wrapper at run time, the RCW object is also responsible for lifetime limit objects.

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The Following Code Listing Would Look Like A Clear Main() Procedure Needed For A Console Application That (a) Shares An Excel Object, (b) Automates Queries For Multiple Procedures On It, And Then (c) Closes. If You Are Writing In ASP.NET, You Can Use Something Similar In The Page_Load Style [please Understand That This Hooks Into Your Server Code And Therefore Can Start The Server In Excel]. Note That The Implementation Of The Closeexcel() Method Covers The Rest Of The Time Articles.

Re: Excel Process Keeps Running In Task Manager When Using OleDB

April 15, 2009 at 10:14 am.



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