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    Accepting revisions in VBA (2000/XP)

    In Word 2000, when I record Tools->Track Changes->Accept or Reject Changes, and then click "Accept All Changes", the resulting code is "ActiveDocument.AcceptAllRevisions". However, if I accept all changes via the toolbar in Word 2002, the recorded code is: "WordBasic.AcceptAllChangesInDoc".

    Anybody know if there's any difference in the two recordings?

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    Dan

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    Re: Accepting revisions in VBA (2000/XP)

    In Word 2002 the preferred method is AcceptAllRevisions
    The other is provided for backward compatability to a previous version - rather underlined by the help for the Wordbasic keyword that says
    "Returns an Automation object (Word.Basic) that includes methods for all the WordBasic statements and functions available in Word version 6.0 and Word for Windows 95"

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