Class Broadcast (Word VBA)
The class Broadcast represents a Windows Live Broadcast Service broadcast session.
The main procedure of class Broadcast is AddMeetingNotes
To use a Broadcast class variable it first needs to be instantiated, for example
Dim brd as Broadcast Set brd = ActiveDocument.Broadcast
Broadcast class variables can be set using the Document.Broadcast procedure.
This is the main method of the Broadcast class
AddMeetingNotes - Adds shared meeting notes for the specified broadcast that are accessible to attendees who use either Microsoft OneNote 2013 rich client or web app.
Dim strnotesUrl As String: strnotesUrl = Dim strnotesWacUrl As String: strnotesWacUrl = ActiveDocument.Broadcast.AddMeetingNotes notesUrl:=strnotesUrl, notesWacUrl:=strnotesWacUrl
AttendeeUrl if a broadcast is in progress, returns a String that represents the URL of the attendee link.
Dim strAttendeeUrl As String strAttendeeUrl = ActiveDocument.Broadcast.AttendeeUrl
Capabilities returns a Long that represents the capabilities of the specified broadcast.
Dim lngCapabilities As Long lngCapabilities = ActiveDocument.Broadcast.Capabilities
Parent returns an object that represents the parent object of the specified Broadcast object.
Dim objParent As Object Set objParent = ActiveDocument.Broadcast.Parent
PresenterServiceUrl if a broadcast is in progress, returns a String that represents the URL of the presenter service hosting the broadcast.
Dim strPresenterServiceUrl As String strPresenterServiceUrl = ActiveDocument.Broadcast.PresenterServiceUrl
SessionID if a broadcast is in progress, returns a String that specifies the ID of the session.
Dim strSessionID As String strSessionID = ActiveDocument.Broadcast.SessionID
State returns an MSOBroadcastState constant that describes the current broadcast state.
Dim mbsState As Office.MsoBroadcastState mbsState = ActiveDocument.Broadcast.State