I use the below code in an Access 2003 form module to close the default windows phone dialer. The problem is that the phone dialer icon remains in the system tray (Windows XP) after terminating the phone dialer. I need to modify the below code so that the phone dialer icon is removed from the system tray when the phone dialer program is terminated. If there is a way to simply refresh the system tray, that may be all that is needed.
Private Function CloseDialer(strDialer As String)
On Error GoTo HandleErr
Dim objProcList As Object
Dim objWMI As Object
Dim objProc As Object
Set objWMI = GetObject("winmgmts:") 'create WMI object instance
If Not IsNull(objWMI) Then
Set objProcList = [url removed, login to view]("win32_process") 'create object collection of Win32 processes
For Each objProc In objProcList 'iterate through the enumerated collection
'[url removed, login to view] [url removed, login to view]
If UCase([url removed, login to view]) = UCase(strDialer) Then [url removed, login to view] (0)
On Error Resume Next
Set objProcList = Nothing
Set objWMI = Nothing
Select Case [url removed, login to view]
[url removed, login to view] ("frm0Telephone"), ("CloseDialer")
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