show Word comments by
Returns or sets the name of the reviewer whose comments are shown in the reviewing pane.
You can choose to show comments either by a single reviewer or by all reviewers. To view the
comments of all reviewers, set this property to all reviewers.
show hidden bookmarks
True if hidden bookmarks are included in the bookmarks list. This property also controls
whether hidden bookmarks are listed in the Bookmark dialog box (Insert menu). Read/write.
Hidden bookmarks are automatically inserted when cross-references are inserted into the
True if spelling has been checked throughout the specified range or document. False if all or
some of the range or document hasn't been checked for spelling. Read/write.
To recheck the spelling in a range or document, set the spelling checked property to False.
To see whether the range or document contains spelling errors, use the spelling errors list.
start of content
Returns or sets the starting character position of a selection, text range, or bookmark.
Note If this property is set to a value larger than that of the end of content property, the end of
content property is set to the same value as that of the start of content property.
Selection, text range, and bookmark objects have starting and ending character positions. The
starting position refers to the character position closest to the beginning of the story.
This property returns the starting character position relative to the beginning of the story. The
main text story (main text story) begins with character position 0 (zero). You can change the
size of a selection, range, or bookmark by setting this property.
Returns the number of characters in the story that contains the specified range or selection.
Returns the story type for the specified range, selection, or bookmark. Read-only.
Can be one of the following:
even pages footer story
even pages header story
first page footer story
first page header story
main text story
primary footer story
primary header story
text frame story
Returns or sets the style for the specified object. To set this property, specify either the local
name of the style, a constant representing one of the built-in styles from the list below, or an
object that represents the style. Read/write.