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Close All Instances of Microsoft Outlook with VBA

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by bobdydd, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. bobdydd

    bobdydd
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    Hi Everybody

    Windows XP, Access 2000, Outlook 2000

    I am looking for a way to Close All Instances of Microsoft Outlook,
    with VBA.

    Both the "Seen One" and the unseen ones that you see when
    you do a Ctrl Alt Del, and see them all sitting there in the task
    manager.

    I would like to have a Command Button that shuts them all.

    Regards Bob
     
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  3. arthurjr07@gmail.com

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    Dim objs as Object
    Dim obj as Object
    Dim strSQL as String
    Dim strWMI as String
    strWMI = "winmgmts:"
    strSQL = "Select * From Win32_Process "
    strSQL = strSQL & "where Name = 'OUTLOOK.EXE'"
    Set objs = GetObject(strWMI).ExecQuery(strSQL)
    For Each obj In objs
    obj.Terminate
    Next
    Set objs = Nothing


    HTH
    Arthur
     
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