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funtimes = Selection.Range.Information.ActiveEndPageNumber

What I'm trying to do in MS-Word VB is set the current page number to a variable.  Ideas?

-rick
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ashunigam earned 25 total points
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Dear Rick
Everything is write but u did a small mistake i.e. u tried to pass parameter as a method:

funtimes=MsgBox Selection.Information(wdActiveEndPageNumber)

It will give u current page number.

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Ashutosh nigam
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Or off course
funtimes = Selection.Range.Information(wdActiveEndPageNumber)

and

funtimes = Selection.Information(wdActiveEndPageNumber)

Calacuccia
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by:saksafon2
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Thanks.  I think I understand whats up now.

lets see!

rick
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