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Indexes.Add Method

Returns a Index object that represents a new index added to a document.

Namespace: Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word
Assembly: Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word (in microsoft.office.interop.word.dll)

Dim Range As Range
Dim HeadingSeparator As Object
Dim RightAlignPageNumbers As Object
Dim Type As Object
Dim NumberOfColumns As Object
Dim AccentedLetters As Object
Dim SortBy As Object
Dim IndexLanguage As Object
Dim returnValue As Index
Dim indexes1 As Indexes
returnValue = indexes1.Add(Range, HeadingSeparator, RightAlignPageNumbers, Type, NumberOfColumns, AccentedLetters, SortBy, IndexLanguage)

Index Add(
	[In] Range Range, 
	[In, Optional] ref object HeadingSeparator, 
	[In, Optional] ref object RightAlignPageNumbers, 
	[In, Optional] ref object Type, 
	[In, Optional] ref object NumberOfColumns, 
	[In, Optional] ref object AccentedLetters, 
	[In, Optional] ref object SortBy, 
	[In, Optional] ref object IndexLanguage
public Index Add(
	/*in*/Range Range, 
	/*in*/System.Object HeadingSeparator, 
	/*in*/System.Object RightAlignPageNumbers, 
	/*in*/System.Object Type, 
	/*in*/System.Object NumberOfColumns, 
	/*in*/System.Object AccentedLetters, 
	/*in*/System.Object SortBy, 
	/*in*/System.Object IndexLanguage
function Add(
	 Range : Range, 
	 HeadingSeparator : Object, 
	 RightAlignPageNumbers : Object, 
	 Type : Object, 
	 NumberOfColumns : Object, 
	 AccentedLetters : Object, 
	 SortBy : Object, 
	 IndexLanguage : Object
) : Index;



Required Range object. The range where you want the index to appear. The index replaces the range, if the range isn't collapsed.


Optional Object.The text between alphabetic groups (entries that start with the same letter) in the index. Can be one of the following WdHeadingSeparator constants: wdHeadingSeparatorBlankLine, wdHeadingSeparatorLetter, wdHeadingSeparatorLetterFull, wdHeadingSeparatorLetterLow, or wdHeadingSeparatorNone.


Optional Object. True to align page numbers with the right margin.


Optional Object. Specifies whether subentries are on the same line (run-in) as the main entry or on a separate line (indented) from the main entry. Can be either of the following WdIndexType constants: wdIndexIndent or wdIndexRunin.


Optional Object. The number of columns for each page of the index. Specifying 0 (zero) sets the number of columns in the index to the same number as in the document.


Optional Object. True to include separate headings for accented letters in the index (for example, words that begin with "À" and words that begin with "A" are listed under separate headings).


Optional Object. The sorting criteria to be used for the specified index. Can be either of the following WdIndexSortBy constants: wdIndexSortByStroke or wdIndexSortBySyllable.


Optional Object. The sorting language to be used for the specified index. Can be any of the WdLanguageID constants.

An index is built from Index Entry (XE) fields in a document. Use the MarkEntry method to mark index entries to be included in an index.

Any public static (Shared in Visual Basic) members of this type are thread safe. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.

Development Platforms

Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional, Windows Server 2003, and Windows 2000

Target Platforms

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