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Microsoft Word Suite
Returns the document's file name. Read-only.
object that's associated with the specified document. Read-only.
Sets a password that must be supplied to open the specified document. Write-only.
Returns the path to the specified document object. Read-only.
Note The path doesn't include a trailing character; for example, Macintosh HD:Users:Shared.
To return the file name without the path, use the name property. To return the file name and
the path together, use the full name property.
print forms data
True if Word prints onto a preprinted form only the data entered in the corresponding online
print fractional widths
True if the specified document is formatted to use fractional point spacing to display and print
characters on the Macintosh. Read/write.
print post script over text
True if PRINT field instructions (such as PostScript commands) in a document are to be
printed on top of text and graphics when a PostScript printer is used. Read/write.
True if revision marks are printed with the document. False if revision marks aren't printed
(that is, tracked changes are printed as if they'd been accepted). Read/write.
Returns the protection type for the specified document. Read-only.
Can be one of the following:
allow only comments
allow only form fields
allow only revisions
no document protection
True if changes to the document cannot be saved to the original document. Read-only.
read only recommended
True if Word displays a message box whenever a user opens the document, suggesting that it
be opened as read-only. Read/write.
Can be one of the following: · allow only comments · allow only form fields · allow only revisions · no document protection read only True if changes to the document cannot be saved to the original document.