Microsoft Word Suite
display auto complete tips
True if Word displays tips that suggest text for completing words, dates, or phrases as you
display recent files
True if the names of recently used files are displayed on the File menu. Read/write.
display screen tips
True if comments, footnotes, endnotes, and hyperlinks are displayed as tips. Text marked as
having comments is highlighted. Read/write.
display scroll bars
True if Word displays a scroll bar in at least one document window. False if there are no scroll
bars displayed in any window. Read/write.
Setting the display scroll bars property to true displays horizontal and vertical scroll bars in all
windows. Setting this property to false turns off all scroll bars in all windows.
Use the display horizontal scroll bar and display vertical scroll bar properties to display individual
scroll bars in the specified window.
display status bar
True if the status bar is displayed. Read/write.
do print preview
True if print preview is the current view. Read/write.
enable cancel key
Returns or sets the way that Word processes +period user interruptions. Read/write.
Can be one of the following:
cancel disabled (prevents +period from interrupting a script)
cancel interrupt (allows a script to be interrupted by +period)
Use this property very carefully. If you use cancel disabled, there's no way to interrupt a
runaway loop or other non-self-terminating code. The enable cancel key property is reset to
cancel interrupt when your script stops running.
Returns a list that includes the names of all the available fonts. Readonly.
landscape font names
Returns a list that includes the names of all the available landscape fonts. Read-only.
Returns a template object or document object that represents the template or document in
which a VB module that contains a running procedure is stored. This property will usually
return missing value. Read-only.