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how to close a winword.exe that runs in the background (Interop was used) [closed]

i created a word doc in vb but the problem is each time my button is clicked it opens a new doc. i have tried the following code to terminate it after it fulfilled its
purpose but nothing seems to work and
i have search multiple sites but found no answer that helped
i used interop

my attempts to close the background winword.exe (objDoc is the the word doc )

objDoc.Close()
objDoc.Application.Quit()
objDoc.Application.DDETerminateAll()
GC.Collect()
System.Runtime.InteropServices.Marshal.FinalReleaseComObject(objDoc)


and yes i did look at the post on this site about closing interop word applications but its fails so i am open to any new ideas

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