Acrobat.exe not getting closed/ killed even after quitting the application.
Please find the code snippet below.
Public Sub Close()
If Not AcroPDFObj.gApp Is Nothing Then
End If Catch ex As Exception
AcroPDFObj.gAVDOC = Nothing
AcroPDFObj.gPDDOC = Nothing
AcroPDFObj.gApp = Nothing
AcroPDFObj = Nothing
Please suggest what else needs to write to get Acrobat Process killed from task manager.
I don't think there is anything else you can do from an Acrobat point of view, although I have noticed in the past that the Exit(); command is more of a can you exit if you are not doing anything else please. It may be that you can use something else to actually kill Acrobat, but if you user actually has Acrobat open for a reason then this would probably not go down well with them.
I'm ready with killing Acrobat.exe, but i have multiple application running which are using acrobat.exe, so directly killing process won't help.
As acrobat works on single thread, it have only one process for acrobat running at a given instance on time.
Is there any way to have diffrent processid for each acrobat instance
These used to work for Acrobat too, although they are not supported and may not work as expected, and I don't have a windows machine so I can't test them, but here you go: