Range.SetRange Method (Word)
Sets the starting and ending character positions for an existing range.
expression Required. A variable that represents a 'Range' object.
|Start||Required||Long||The starting character position of the range.|
|End||Required||Long||The ending character position of the range.|
Character position values start at the beginning of the story, with the first value being 0 (zero). All characters are counted, including nonprinting characters. Hidden characters are counted even if they're not displayed.
The SetRange method redefines the starting and ending positions of an existing Range object. This method differs from the Range method, which is used to create a range, given a starting and ending position.
This example uses SetRange to redefine myRange to refer to the first three paragraphs in the active document.
Set myRange = ActiveDocument.Paragraphs(1).Range myRange.SetRange Start:=myRange.Start, _ End:=ActiveDocument.Paragraphs(3).Range.End
This example uses SetRange to redefine myRange to refer to the area starting at the beginning of the document and ending at the end of the current selection.
Set myRange = ActiveDocument.Range(Start:=0, End:=0) myRange.InsertAfter "Hello " myRange.SetRange Start:=myRange.Start, End:=Selection.End