other corrections exception
other corrections exceptions
Represents a single AutoCorrect exception. The other corrections exception class includes all words
that Word won't correct automatically. This list corresponds to the list of AutoCorrect exceptions on
the Other Corrections tab in the AutoCorrect Exceptions dialog box (AutoCorrect command, Tools
To return an other corrections exception object, use other corrections exception index, where index
is the AutoCorrect exception name or the index number. The following example deletes "WTop"
from the list of AutoCorrect exceptions.
delete other corrections exception "WTop" of autocorrect object
The index number represents the position of the AutoCorrect exception in the list of AutoCorrect
exceptions on the Other Corrections tab in the AutoCorrect Exceptions dialog box. The following
example displays the name of the first item in the list.
display dialog (get name of other corrections exception 1 of autocorrect object)
If the value of the other corrections auto add property of the autocorrect class is true, words are
automatically added to the list of AutoCorrect exceptions. Use the standard make command to add
an item to the other corrections exception list. The following example adds "TipTop" to the list of
make new other corrections exception of autocorrect object with properties ¬
Returns the index number that indicates the position of an item in its container element list.
Returns the word that is excepted from AutoCorrect actions. Read-only.
Represents one of the readability statistics for a document or range.
Use readability statistic index, where index is the index number, to return a single readability
statistic object. The statistics are ordered as follows: Words, Characters, Paragraphs, Sentences,
Sentences per Paragraph, Words per Sentence, Characters per Word, Passive Sentences, Flesch
Reading Ease, and Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level. The following example returns the character count
for the active document.
display dialog (get readability value of readability statistic 2 of ¬
text object of active document)