Microsoft KB Archive/169544
Article ID: 169544
Article Last Modified on 1/19/2007
- Microsoft Word 97 Standard Edition
This article was previously published under Q169544
When you use the ReadabilityStatistics collection in Visual Basic for Applications, you may receive the following error:
When you click Details (on Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition, press ALT+D), you receive the following message:
NOTE: The actual memory address may vary.
To work around this problem, use the WordBasic ToolsGrammarStatisticsArray command.
Microsoft has confirmed that this is a problem in the Microsoft products that are listed at the beginning of this article. This problem was corrected in Microsoft Word 2000.
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173707 OFF97: How to Run Sample Code from Knowledge Base Articles
The following is the syntax and an example of how to use the WordBasic ToolsGrammarStatisticsArray in a Visual Basic for Applications macro.
This statement runs the grammar checker, and then fills a two-dimensional array with the available grammar statistics for the active document.
|TwoDimensionalArray$()||The two-dimensional array (which must be defined before ToolsGrammarStatisticsArray is run) to fill with the names of counts, averages, and indexes (the first dimension) and their associated statistics (the second dimension).|
The following sample Visual Basic for Applications macro uses the WordBasic ToolsGrammarStatisticsArray command to define a two-dimensional array for storing grammar statistics, fills the array with grammar statistics for the active document, and then displays the returned values in a message box (names of counts, averages, and indexes on the left and their associated statistics on the right).
Sub StatisticsArray() Dim iSize As Integer Dim dStats() As String Documents.Add Selection.TypeText "This is a test." ' Return the number of statistics to the ' variable iSize and redimension the array ' to hold those values. iSize = WordBasic.CountToolsGrammarStatistics() - 1 ReDim dStats(iSize, 1) ' Use the WordBasic command to return statistics. WordBasic.ToolsGrammarStatisticsArray dStats() ' Loop through and display statistics. For Count = 0 To iSize MsgBox dStats(Count, 0) + ": " + dStats(Count, 1) Next End Sub
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