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Sorry, I do not know what is going on, but....

DO you see anything different if you:

1. Pause for a few seconds before you call close? In the back of my mind I am wondering if for some silly reason, control returns to you before the save command finishes running.
2. out of curiousity, what value is in the isModified property?
3. I assume that you are calling terminate on the desktop object, is this correct? 4. Assuming you sleep a few seconds first, what happens if you call dispose on the document rather than close? I do not even know if the dispose method still exists, but, if it does. Note that you should not in general use dispose, but, that is what existed before close() was added to the API.

On 2018-08-31 13:00, dCipher wrote:

I have been automating Calc for years from Visual FoxPro. It has worked flawlessly until this week. Now the document close method often produces an ole error 80010105. I was using verison 5.1 so I updated everything to the latest 6.1 version but the problem persists. If I remove the Close() method and just use Terminate() I get the same result that 30%-50% of the time it crashes. The spreadsheet is created correctly but Libre Office crashes on the Close() method. Does anyone have any ideas what might be the cause? I am running on Windows Server 2012 64bit. I am using the 32bit version of
Libre Office.

If I try opening the document in Calc and makes some changes then use
"Close" from the File menu. I am prompted to save the document and
everything closes as expected. It only seems to occur when automating the

laArgs(1).Value="MS Excel 97"


toBizObj.oMergeDoc.close(1) <== Produces and error 30% - 50% of the time


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