Your application may unexpectedly shut down when you close a document from the SmartDocument_Initialize event in Excel or in Word



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When you run a command to close a Microsoft Office Excel 2007 or Microsoft Office Excel 2003 document from the SmartDocument_Initialize event of a Smart Document solution, you may receive the following error message:

Microsoft Office Excel 2007
Microsoft Office Excel has stopped working.
Microsoft Office Excel 2003
Microsoft Office Excel has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
When you run a command to close a Microsoft Office Word 2007 document or a Microsoft Office Word 2003 document from the SmartDocument_Initialize event of a Smart Document solution, you may receive the following error message:

Microsoft Office Word 2007
Microsoft Office Word has stopped working.
Microsoft Office Word 2003
Microsoft Office Word has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
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Microsoft has confirmed that this is a bug in the Microsoft products that are listed in the "Applies to" section of this article.
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Steps to reproduce the problem

Note The following steps use information and files that are installed with the Microsoft Office 2003 Smart Document software development kit (SDK). For additional information about how to download and how to install the Office 2003 Smart Document SDK, visit the following Microsoft Web site:To create the Smart Document solution, follow these steps:
  1. Start Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0.
  2. On the File menu, click New Project.
  3. In the New Project dialog box, select ActiveX DLL, and then click OK.
  4. Type SDCloseonInit for the Project Name.
  5. In the Class Module window, add the following code:
    Implements ISmartDocumentDim spath As String'Namespace constantConst cNAMESPACE As String = "SDCloseonInit"'Element constantsConst cTEXTBOX As String = cNAMESPACE & "#textbox"Const cBUTTON As String = cNAMESPACE & "#commandbutton"Const cTypes As Integer = 2Private Sub ISmartDocument_SmartDocInitialize(ByVal ApplicationName As String, ByVal Document As Object, ByVal SolutionPath As String, ByVal SolutionRegKeyRoot As String)    spath = SolutionPath        If ApplicationName = "Word.Application.11" Then        Dim solutionDoc As Word.Document        Set solutionDoc = Document        solutionDoc.Close False  'This line causes the error.    Else        Dim solutionBook As Workbook        Set solutionBook = Document        solutionBook.Close False  'This line causes the error.    End If     On Error GoTo SDIERR    Exit SubSDIERR:    MsgBox "Solution error:" & Err.Description    Err.Clear    Resume NextEnd SubPrivate Property Get ISmartDocument_SmartDocXmlTypeCount() As Long        ISmartDocument_SmartDocXmlTypeCount = cTypes    End PropertyPrivate Property Get ISmartDocument_SmartDocXmlTypeName( _        ByVal XMLTypeID As Long) As String    Select Case XMLTypeID        Case 1            ISmartDocument_SmartDocXmlTypeName = cTEXTBOX        Case 2            ISmartDocument_SmartDocXmlTypeName = cBUTTON        Case Else    End Select    End PropertyPrivate Property Get ISmartDocument_SmartDocXmlTypeCaption( _        ByVal XMLTypeID As Long, ByVal LocaleID As Long) As String                    Select Case XMLTypeID        Case 1           ISmartDocument_SmartDocXmlTypeCaption = "Textbox"        Case 2            ISmartDocument_SmartDocXmlTypeCaption = "Click"        Case Else    End Select    End PropertyPrivate Property Get ISmartDocument_ControlCount( _        ByVal XMLTypeName As String) As Long                    Select Case XMLTypeName        Case cTEXTBOX            ISmartDocument_ControlCount = 1        Case cBUTTON            ISmartDocument_ControlCount = 1        Case Else    End Select    End Property'The ControlID for the first control that you add is 1.'For additional information about how to specify the ControlID, see the ControlID reference'topic in the References section of this SDK.Private Property Get ISmartDocument_ControlID( _        ByVal XMLTypeName As String, _        ByVal ControlIndex As Long) As Long        Select Case XMLTypeName        Case cTEXTBOX            ISmartDocument_ControlID = ControlIndex        Case cBUTTON            ISmartDocument_ControlID = ControlIndex + 100        Case Else    End Select    End PropertyPrivate Property Get ISmartDocument_ControlNameFromID( _        ByVal ControlID As Long) As String          ISmartDocument_ControlNameFromID = cNAMESPACE & ControlID    End PropertyPrivate Property Get ISmartDocument_ControlCaptionFromID( _        ByVal ControlID As Long, ByVal ApplicationName As String, _        ByVal LocaleID As Long, ByVal Text As String, _        ByVal Xml As String, ByVal Target As Object) As String            Select Case ControlID        Case 1           ISmartDocument_ControlCaptionFromID = _                "Enter your name:"        Case 101            ISmartDocument_ControlCaptionFromID = _                "Test button"        Case Else    End Select    End PropertyPrivate Property Get ISmartDocument_ControlTypeFromID( _        ByVal ControlID As Long, _        ByVal ApplicationName As String, _        ByVal LocaleID As Long) As SmartTagLib.C_TYPE    Select Case ControlID        Case 1            ISmartDocument_ControlTypeFromID = C_TYPE_TEXTBOX        Case 101            ISmartDocument_ControlTypeFromID = C_TYPE_BUTTON        Case Else    End Select    End PropertyPrivate Sub ISmartDocument_PopulateActiveXProps(ByVal ControlID As Long, ByVal ApplicationName As String, ByVal LocaleID As Long, ByVal Text As String, ByVal Xml As String, ByVal Target As Object, ByVal Props As SmartTagLib.ISmartDocProperties, ByVal ActiveXPropBag As SmartTagLib.ISmartDocProperties)End SubPrivate Sub ISmartDocument_PopulateCheckbox(ByVal ControlID As Long, ByVal ApplicationName As String, ByVal LocaleID As Long, ByVal Text As String, ByVal Xml As String, ByVal Target As Object, ByVal Props As SmartTagLib.ISmartDocProperties, Checked As Boolean)End SubPrivate Sub ISmartDocument_PopulateDocumentFragment(ByVal ControlID As Long, ByVal ApplicationName As String, ByVal LocaleID As Long, ByVal Text As String, ByVal Xml As String, ByVal Target As Object, ByVal Props As SmartTagLib.ISmartDocProperties, DocumentFragment As String)End SubPrivate Sub ISmartDocument_PopulateHelpContent(ByVal ControlID As Long, ByVal ApplicationName As String, ByVal LocaleID As Long, ByVal Text As String, ByVal Xml As String, ByVal Target As Object, ByVal Props As SmartTagLib.ISmartDocProperties, Content As String)End SubPrivate Sub ISmartDocument_PopulateImage(ByVal ControlID As Long, ByVal ApplicationName As String, ByVal LocaleID As Long, ByVal Text As String, ByVal Xml As String, ByVal Target As Object, ByVal Props As SmartTagLib.ISmartDocProperties, ImageSrc As String)End SubPrivate Sub ISmartDocument_PopulateListOrComboContent(ByVal ControlID As Long, ByVal ApplicationName As String, ByVal LocaleID As Long, ByVal Text As String, ByVal Xml As String, ByVal Target As Object, ByVal Props As SmartTagLib.ISmartDocProperties, List() As String, count As Long, InitialSelected As Long)    End SubPrivate Sub ISmartDocument_PopulateOther(ByVal ControlID As Long, ByVal ApplicationName As String, ByVal LocaleID As Long, ByVal Text As String, ByVal Xml As String, ByVal Target As Object, ByVal Props As SmartTagLib.ISmartDocProperties)End SubPrivate Sub ISmartDocument_PopulateRadioGroup(ByVal ControlID As Long, ByVal ApplicationName As String, ByVal LocaleID As Long, ByVal Text As String, ByVal Xml As String, ByVal Target As Object, ByVal Props As SmartTagLib.ISmartDocProperties, List() As String, count As Long, InitialSelected As Long)    End SubPrivate Sub ISmartDocument_PopulateTextboxContent( _        ByVal ControlID As Long, ByVal ApplicationName As String, _        ByVal LocaleID As Long, ByVal Text As String, _        ByVal Xml As String, ByVal Target As Object, _        ByVal Props As SmartTagLib.ISmartDocProperties, Value As String)End SubPrivate Sub ISmartDocument_ImageClick(ByVal ControlID As Long, ByVal ApplicationName As String, ByVal Target As Object, ByVal Text As String, ByVal Xml As String, ByVal LocaleID As Long, ByVal XCoordinate As Long, ByVal YCoordinate As Long)End SubPrivate Sub ISmartDocument_InvokeControl(ByVal ControlID As Long, ByVal ApplicationName As String, ByVal Target As Object, ByVal Text As String, ByVal Xml As String, ByVal LocaleID As Long)   End SubPrivate Sub ISmartDocument_OnCheckboxChange(ByVal ControlID As Long, ByVal Target As Object, ByVal Checked As Boolean)End SubPrivate Sub ISmartDocument_OnListOrComboSelectChange(ByVal ControlID As Long, ByVal Target As Object, ByVal Selected As Long, ByVal Value As String)End SubPrivate Sub ISmartDocument_OnRadioGroupSelectChange(ByVal ControlID As Long, ByVal Target As Object, ByVal Selected As Long, ByVal Value As String)End SubPrivate Sub ISmartDocument_OnTextboxContentChange( _        ByVal ControlID As Long, ByVal Target As Object, _        ByVal Value As String)                    End SubPrivate Sub ISmartDocument_OnPaneUpdateComplete(ByVal Document As Object)End Sub
  6. Office 2007
    On the Project menu, add a reference to the following libraries, and then click OK:
    • Microsoft Excel 12.0 Object Library
    • Microsoft Word 12.0 Object Library
    • Microsoft Smart Tags 2.0 Type Library
    . Office 2003
    On the Project menu, add a reference to the following libraries, and then click OK:
    • Microsoft Excel 11.0 Object Library
    • Microsoft Word 11.0 Object Library
    • Microsoft Smart Tags 2.0 Type Library
    Click OK.

  7. On the File menu, click Make SDCloseonInit.dll to build the Smart Document solution.
To create the Manifest file, follow these steps:
  1. Start Notepad, and then paste the following code in the Notepad document:
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="no"?><manifest xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/office/xmlexpansionpacks/2003">	<version>1.1</version>	<updateFrequency>20160</updateFrequency>	<uri>SDCloseonInit</uri>	<solution>		<solutionID><CLSID of the Smart Document solution></solutionID>		<type>smartDocument</type>		<alias lcid="*">SDCloseonInit - VB6</alias>		<file>			<type>solutionActionHandler</type>			<version>1.0</version>			<filePath>SDCloseonInit.dll</filePath>			<runFromServer>True</runFromServer>			<CLSID><CLSID of the Smart Document solution></CLSID>			<regsvr32/>		</file>	</solution>	<solution>		<solutionID>schema</solutionID>		<type>schema</type>		<alias lcid="*">SDCloseonInit</alias>		<file>			<type>schema</type>			<version>1.0</version>			<filePath>SDCloseonInit.xsd</filePath>		</file>	</solution></manifest>
  2. Start RegEdit.exe.
  3. Expand the
    HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT
    hive, and then locate the SDCloseonInit.Class1 key.
  4. Expand the SDCloseonInit.Class1 key, and then select the CLSID subkey.
  5. Copy the GUID for the CLSID subkey. Replace the two occurrences of <CLSID of the Smart Document solution> in the code with the GUID of the assembly.
  6. Save the file as SDCloseonInitManifest.xml. Close the SDCloseonInitManifest.xml file.
To create the Schema file, follow these steps:
  1. Start Notepad, and then paste the following code in the Notepad document.
    <xsd:schema xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema"   xmlns="SDCloseonInit"   targetNamespace="SDCloseonInit"   elementFormDefault="qualified">   <xsd:complexType name="exampleType">      <xsd:all>         <xsd:element name="textbox" type="xsd:string"/>         <xsd:element name="commandbutton" type="xsd:string"/>      </xsd:all>   </xsd:complexType>   <xsd:element name="example" type="exampleType"/></xsd:schema>
  2. Save the file as SDCloseonInit.xsd. Close the SDCloseonInit.xsd file.
To create the Excel 2003 file and to test the Smart Document, follow these steps:
  1. Locate the DisableManifestSecurityCheck.reg file that is installed with the Office 2003 Smart Document SDK. Double-click DisableManifestSecurityCheck.reg to add the registry key that disables the manifest security check.
  2. Start Excel.
  3. In Excel 2007, click the Developer tab, and then click Expansion Packs. In Excel 2003 click XML on the Data menu, and then click XML Expansion Packs.

  4. In the XML Expansion Packs dialog box, click Add.
  5. Move to the location of the SDCloseonInitManifest.xml file that you previously created. Select the SDCloseonInitManifest.xml file, and then click Open.

    Click No if you receive the following message:

    XML expansion pack security has been disabled. This makes development of the solution easier but allows unsafe XML expansion pack components to run. Would you like to re-enable XML expansion pack security?
  6. In the Available XML expansion packs list, select SDCloseonInit - VB6, and then click Attach. Click OK to close the XML Expansion Packs dialog box.

    You may receive the Excel 2003 error message that is mentioned in the "Symptoms" section.
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Article ID: 832121 - Last Review: 10/06/2011 00:29:00 - Revision: 4.0

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