Microsoft KB Archive/170724
Article ID: 170724
Article Last Modified on 7/13/2007
- Microsoft Word 97 Standard Edition
This article was previously published under Q170724
When you write a macro in Visual Basic for Applications, you may need to know whether the insertion point is positioned within a Word for Windows table.
The sample macro in the "More Information" section of this article displays a message box stating whether the insertion point is within a Word for Windows table.
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This example uses the Visual Basic for Applications "Information" property to determine whether the insertion point is within a table.
Sub IsInTable() 'Macro to determine if the insertion point is in a Word table If Selection.Information(wdWithInTable) Then MsgBox "Insertion point is in a Word table" Else MsgBox "Insertion point is not in a Word table" End If End Sub
For more information about using the Information property, in the Visual Basic for Applications Editor, click the Office Assistant, type Information, click Search, and then click to view "Information Property."
NOTE: If the Assistant is hidden, click the Office Assistant button on the Standard toolbar. If Word Help is not installed on your computer, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
120802 Office: How to Add/Remove a Single Office Program or Component
For additional information, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
173707 OFF97: How to Run Sample Code from Knowledge Base Articles
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