I have always had to restart.  Another option is to remember the Progress ID 
with a global or process var and call Progress Quit(<>ID).  
Also, if a Progress bar is in its own process, maybe Runtime Explorer could 
give some information?

Keith - CDI

> On Sep 20, 2016, at 4:03 PM, Chip Scheide <4d_o...@pghrepository.org> wrote:
> 
> How do you get rid of the progress bar window (and all potentially open 
> progress meters inside it)
> if the process(es) in which the progress was opened are aborted (for 
> example during debugging)?
> 
> 
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