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Why doesn't WINWORD.EXE quit after Closing the document from Delphi?

I managed to distill one of the underlying issues rooted in my question How to trace _AddRef / _Release calls for OLE Automation objects in the unit below.

I'll answer this answer too, just in case anyone else bumps into this.

The question: with the below code, why doesn't WINWORD.EXE always quit (sometimes it does quit).

The unit can probably be trimmed down even more.

unit Unit2;


Winapi.Windows, Messages, SysUtils, Variants, Classes, Graphics, Controls,
Forms, Dialogs, StdCtrls,

TForm2 = id(TForm)
WordXPFailsToQuitButton: TButton;
procedure WordXPFailsToQuitButtonClick(Sender: TObject);
FWordApplication: TWordApplication;
strict protected
function GetWordApplication: TWordApplication; virtual;
function GetWordApplication_Documents: Documents; virtual;
procedure WordApplication_DocumentBeforeClose(ASender: TObject; const Doc: _Document; var Cancel: WordBool); virtual;
procedure WordApplication_Quit(Sender: TObject); virtual;
property WordApplication: TWordApplication read GetWordApplication;
property WordApplication_Documents: Documents read GetWordApplication_Documents;

Form2: TForm2;



{$R *.dfm}

function TForm2.GetWordApplication: TWordApplication;
if not Assigned(FWordApplication) then
FWordApplication := TWordApplication.Create(nil);

FWordApplication.AutoConnect := False;
FWordApplication.AutoQuit := False;
FWordApplication.ConnectKind := ckNewInstance;
FWordApplication.OnDocumentBeforeClose := WordApplication_DocumentBeforeClose;
FWordApplication.OnQuit := WordApplication_Quit;
Result := FWordApplication;

function TForm2.GetWordApplication_Documents: Documents;
Result := WordApplication.Documents;
if not Assigned(Result) then
raise EAccessViolation.Create('WordApplication.Documents');

procedure TForm2.WordXPFailsToQuitButtonClick(Sender: TObject);
WordApplication_Documents.Add(EmptyParam, EmptyParam, EmptyParam, EmptyParam);
WordApplication.Visible := True;
WordApplication.ActiveDocument.Close(False, EmptyParam, EmptyParam);
WordApplication.OnQuit := nil;
WordApplication.OnDocumentBeforeClose := nil;
WordApplication.AutoQuit := True;
FWordApplication := nil;

procedure TForm2.WordApplication_DocumentBeforeClose(ASender: TObject; const Doc: _Document; var Cancel: WordBool);

procedure TForm2.WordApplication_Quit(Sender: TObject);


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