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I have to use the propertyReader of DSOFile.dll for reading/writing custom
document properties in a closed document.
In the msdn;en-us;Q224351
"....However, to save resources at run time, it is recommended that you
explicitly create and destroy a PropertyReader object when needed. If you
allow Visual Basic to implicitly create the object, it is not released until
your application terminates....."
Now I 'm not able to destroy the object so if I try to open the document
immediately after, a message error occurs (the file is used).
I tried to use the garbage collector
but sometime the document is still used.
It's possible that don't exists a way to destroy the propertyReader object?

Thank you

Nov 21 '05 #1
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