Document.GoTo (Word)

Returns a Range object that represents the start position of the specified item, such as a page, bookmark, or field.

When you use the GoTo method with the wdGoToGrammaticalError, wdGoToProofreadingError, or wdGoToSpellingError constant, the Range that's returned includes any grammar error text or spelling error text.

GoTo (What, Which, Count, Name)

If ActiveDocument.Footnotes.Count >= 1 Then 
 Set R1 = ActiveDocument.GoTo(What:=wdGoToFootnote, _ 
 Which:=wdGoToFirst) 
 R1.Expand Unit:=wdCharacter 
End If

Arguments

Optional arguments

The following arguments are optional

What (WdGoToItem) - The kind of item to which the range or selection is moved. Can be one of the WdGoToItem constants.


Here you can find possible values for

WdGoToItem

Which (WdGoToDirection) - The item to which the range or selection is moved. Can be one of the WdGoToDirection constants.


Possible values are

wdGoToAbsolute An absolute position.
wdGoToFirst The first instance of the specified object.
wdGoToLast The last instance of the specified object.
wdGoToNext The next instance of the specified object.
wdGoToPrevious The previous instance of the specified object.
wdGoToRelative A position relative to the current position.

Count (Long) - The number of the item in the document. The default value is 1. Only positive values are valid. To specify an item that precedes the range or selection, use wdGoToPrevious as the Which argument and specify a value for the Count value.

Name (String) - If the What argument is wdGoToBookmark, wdGoToComment, wdGoToField, or wdGoToObject, this argument specifies a name. Only positive values are valid. To specify an item that precedes the range or selection, use wdGoToPrevious as the Which argument and specify a value for the Count argument.