part of speech
Returns a list of the parts of speech corresponding to the meanings found for the word or
phrase looked up in the thesaurus. The list is returned as an array of integers. Read-only.
The part of speech is returned as a list consisting of the following: adjective, adverb, noun,
and verb. The array elements are ordered to correspond to the elements returned by the
Returns a list of expressions related to the specified word or phrase. The list is returned as an
array of strings. Read-only.
Typically, there are very few related expressions found in the thesaurus.
Returns a list of words related to the specified word or phrase. The list is returned as an array
of strings. Read-only.
two initial caps exception
two initial caps exceptions
Represents a single initial-capital AutoCorrect exception. The two initial caps exception class
includes all the items listed in the Don't correct box on the INitial CAps tab in the AutoCorrect
Exceptions dialog box.
To return a two initial caps exception object, use two initial caps exception index, where index is the
initial capital exception name or the index number. The following example deletes the initial-capital
exception named "KMenu."
delete two initial caps exception "KMenu" of autocorrect object
The index number represents the position of the initial-capital exception in the two initial caps
exception list. The last exception added to this list is index number 1. The following example
displays the name of the first item in the two initial caps exception list.
display dialog (get name of two initial caps exception 1 of autocorrect object)
If the two initial caps auto add property of the autocorrect class is true, words are automatically added
to the list of initial-capital exceptions. Use the standard make command to add an item to the two
initial caps exception list. The following example adds "Industry" to the list of initial-capital
make new two initial caps exception at 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.