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Default Processing Excel VB code from Access


I export table from Access to .csv and need to do some fixing with it after exporting.

My code for Excel works fine from Access and does the job, but Excel started from Access VBA does not turn off with "Application.Quit" command.

I can see from the Task Manager that Excel is still active, but not visible on the display, although my code processing has finished and Access is shut down.

This will stop me from activating another Excel file..

Any idea on how to make sure Excel application is closed completely from Access VBA code?

Thanks & Regards Axxess

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