program level kill process

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How can I kill a process at the program level in Win.XP? (e.g.) I start a
really large filter in a graphics or audio program and I want to cancel it
without killing the program that is running it. I’m not talking about an
undo after the fact. I want to stop the process from continuing as it’s
working.
 
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"Lardcarcass" <Lardcarcass@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:2CC82B88-D811-48D3-935C-4CBC2D4682E2@microsoft.com
> How can I kill a process at the program level in Win.XP? (e.g.) I start a
> really large filter in a graphics or audio program and I want to cancel it
> without killing the program that is running it. I'm not talking about an
> undo after the fact. I want to stop the process from continuing as it's
> working.

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