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Old 09-06-2008, 03:13 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by Hadrien View Post
Thanks, it seems to be working very well. So basically while the footnote marks (^f) can be found like a paragraph (^p), the footnotes themselves are a style for Word ? That's the main reason why I couldn't find a way to do this....
Kind of, but footnotes are not styles they are objects.The closet analogy I can give you is that a word document is very much like a DOM object for XML. Footnotes are collections (elements) and a Footnote is an object (element). You have to get the collections of footnotes form the document (DOM) object. But to find out where the footnotes are located (what node) you have to search through the document (DOM) structure. The collection identifier is a (^f) key.

What was weird is that Footnotes seem to be tables, so to get the text one had to use the Range object to get the textual information.

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