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Posted on 1997-05-09
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I want to use bookmars with Delphi 2 / Word 95 using Variants and Ole Automation.
The Word 7 function is :
EditBookmark .Name:="TEMP_BK", .Add

How can I call this from Delphi using a variant (I can not send the .Add function), I tried many things, but I could not do it.

Thanks for help
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Question by:letourmy
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WordBasic := CreateOLEObject('Word.Basic');
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WordBasic.EditBookmark('TEMP_BK', TRUE);

This worked for me...

Regards,

Erik.
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by:letourmy
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Thank you, it works fine but this works to create a bookmark.
How can I go to a specific bookmark ?
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by:sperling
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Hmmm... I ain't sure, as I ain't got the english version of word. But you could try EditGoto('NameOfBookmark')

Regards,

Erik.
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by:letourmy
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Thank you very much, your answer was very useful.

Laurent
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