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2002-05-10, 11:26 #1
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'Determine whether anything is selected (Word 2000, Windows 98)
Re my post 'Determine whether anything is selected (Word 2000, Windows 98)' and replies (all apparently lost in recent database corruption episode):
Thanks Stuart, Jefferson and Gary (whose suggestion I used) for your replies to my post asking how can I determine whether anything is selected. The whole thread appears to have been lost with the database corruption episode so I am posting this response to say thanks and to record the outcome of my enquiry.
I get it - identify whether the selection is an insertion point:
If Selection.Type = wdSelectionIP Then
MsgBox "There is no text selected."
It's there in the Selection Object topic of Word VBA Help; I had probably even read it, but it's significance escaped me. I wish I could find these things for myself but I just haven't got the knack yet of digging information out of Word VBA Help. I guess it comes with experience. I always search help before I post but often without finding what I am after - hence my posts!
I notice that in the Type Property topic, one of the WdSelectionType constants is wdNoSelection; I thought that may also be a possibility but it failed a quick test, so I guess it is for some other purpose.
Once again, many thanks to all of you