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VBA "Screen" object

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I would like to get the screen Height and Width in my Word 2003 VBA code.  It appears the "Screen" object does not exist because Screen.Height and Screen.Width generate unknown variable errors.  Is there a reference that I may not have set?

Thank you,

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