Index Object


Represents a single index. The Index object is a member of the Indexes collection. The Indexes collection includes all the indexes in the specified document.

Using the Index Object

Use Indexes(index), where index is the index number, to return a single Index object. The index number represents the position of the Index object in the document. The following example updates the first index in the active document.

If ActiveDocument.Indexes.Count >= 1 Then
End If

Use the Add method to create an index and add it to the Indexes collection. The following example creates an index at the end of the active document.

Set myRange = ActiveDocument.Content
myRange.Collapse Direction:=wdCollapseEnd
ActiveDocument.Indexes.Add Range:=myRange, Type:=wdIndexRunin

Properties | AccentedLetters Property | Application Property | Creator Property | Filter Property | HeadingSeparator Property | IndexLanguage Property | NumberOfColumns Property | Parent Property | Range Property | RightAlignPageNumbers Property | SortBy Property | TabLeader Property | Type Property

Methods | Delete Method | Update Method

Parent Objects

Child Objects | Range Object