Class TableOfAuthorities (Word VBA)
The class TableOfAuthorities represents a single table of authorities in a document (a TOA field). The TableOfAuthorities object is a member of the TablesOfAuthorities collection. The TablesOfAuthorities collection includes all the tables of authorities in a document.
To use a TableOfAuthorities class variable it first needs to be instantiated, for example
Dim toas as TableOfAuthorities Set toas = ActiveDocument.TablesOfAuthorities(Index:=1)
Here is an example of processing the TableOfAuthorities items in a collection.
Dim toa As TableOfAuthorities For Each toa In ActiveDocument.TablesOfAuthorities toa.IncludeCategoryHeader = True Next toa
Delete - Deletes the specified table of authorities.
Update - Updates the entries shown in a table of authorities.
Bookmark returns or sets the name of the bookmark from which to collect table of authorities entries.
Category returns or sets the category of entries to be included in a table of authorities.
EntrySeparator returns or sets the characters (up to five) that separate a table of authorities entry and its page number.
IncludeCategoryHeader true if the category name for a group of entries appears in the table of authorities.
IncludeSequenceName returns or sets the Sequence (SEQ) field identifier for a table of authorities.
KeepEntryFormatting true if formatting from table of authorities entries is applied to the entries in the specified table of authorities.
PageNumberSeparator returns or sets the characters (up to five) that separate individual page references in a table of authorities.
PageRangeSeparator returns or sets the characters (up to five) that separate a range of pages in a table of authorities.
Passim true if five or more page references to the same authority are replaced with "Passim.
Separator returns or sets up to five characters that appear between the sequence number and the page number in a table of authorities.
TabLeader returns or sets the leader character that appears between entries and their associated page numbers in a table of authorities.
Range - Represents a contiguous area in a document. Each Range object is defined by a starting and ending character position.