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Hi

After inserting a Word bookmark  I notice that it is visible.
How do I make all my Bookmarks visible?
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ActiveDocument.Bookmarks("BookmarkName").Range.Font.Hidden = False
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You can manually control the visibility of bookmark positions via Word Options>Advanced>Show document content> Show bookmarks checkbox
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You can use VBA to control the visibility via the ActiveWindow object:
ActiveWindow.View.ShowBookmarks = True

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Thanks very much
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