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Hello,

I have a Word file containing lots of words that are written in normal or italic or bold, I seek to distinguish each of these formats and send a tag (number in parentheses) next to the word.

Example:

Normal (1) Italy (2) Fat (3)

Thank you for your help.

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Hello,

I have a Word file containing lots of words that are written in normal or italic or bold, I seek to distinguish each of these formats and send a tag (number in parentheses) next to the word.

Example:

Normal (1) Italy (2) Fat (3)

Thank you for your help.

HI,

have a look at Vb (you can easily adapt that to Autoit)

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa172915%28v=office.11%29.aspx

Example

This example formats the sixth word in a new document as bold.

Set newDoc = Documents.Add

Set myRange = newDoc.Content

myRange.InsertAfter "This is a test of bold."

myRange.Words(6).Bold = True

This example makes the entire selection bold if part of the selection is formatted as bold.

If Selection.Type = wdSelectionNormal Then

If Selection.Font.Bold = wdUndefined Then _

Selection.Font.Bold = True

Else

MsgBox "You need to select some text."

End If

This example toggles the bold format for the selected text.

If Selection.Type = wdSelectionNormal Then

Selection.Range.Bold = wdToggle

Mega

End If

This example makes the first paragraph in the active document bold.

Activedocument.Paragraphs(1).Range.Bold = True


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