Font.DoubleStrikeThrough property (Word)
True if the specified font is formatted as double strikethrough text. .
expression A variable that represents a 'Font' object.
Returns True, False, or wdUndefined (a mixture of True and False). Can be set to True, False, or wdToggle. Read/write Long.To set or return single-line strikethrough formatting, use the StrikeThrough property. Setting DoubleStrikeThrough to True sets StrikeThrough to False, and vice versa.
This example applies double strikethrough formatting to the selected text.
If Selection.Type = wdSelectionNormal Then Selection.Font.DoubleStrikeThrough = True Else MsgBox "You need to select some text." End If
This example removes double strikethrough formatting from the first word in the active document and capitalizes the first letter in the word.
With ActiveDocument.Words(1) .Font.DoubleStrikeThrough = False .Case = wdTitleSentence End With
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