Window.GetPoint method (Word)
Returns the screen coordinates of the specified range or shape.
expression Required. A variable that represents a Window object.
|ScreenPixelsLeft||Required||Long||The variable name to which you want Microsoft Word to return the value for the left edge of the object.|
|ScreenPixelsTop||Required||Long||The variable name to which you want Word to return the value for the top edge of the object.|
|ScreenPixelsWidth||Required||Long||The variable name to which you want Word to return the value for the width of the object.|
|ScreenPixelsHeight||Required||Long||The variable name to which you want Word to return the value for the height of the object.|
|obj||Required||Object||A Range or Shape object.|
If the entire range or shape isn't visible on the screen, an error occurs.
This example examines the current selection and returns its screen coordinates.
Dim pLeft As Long Dim pTop As Long Dim pWidth As Long Dim pHeight As Long ActiveWindow.GetPoint pLeft, pTop, pWidth, pHeight, _ Selection.Range MsgBox "Left = " & pLeft & vbLf _ & "Top = " & pTop & vbLf _ & "Width = " & pWidth & vbLf _ & "Height = " & pHeight
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