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Returns or sets a Variant that represents the value of the onmouseover event. For example, the Variant can represent a macro or procedure call that executes when the event has occurred.
expression Required. An expression that returns a DispFPHTMLDocument object.
The following example, which appears embedded in the <head> section of an HTML document, displays a message to the user when the user positions the mouse over a <p> element containing the onmouseover="DisplayMessage" attribute in the current page.
<head> <title>onmouseover Example</title> <script id=clientEventHandlersVBS language=vbscript> <!-- Sub DisplayMessage 'Displays message to user MsgBox "This message is displayed when the user positions the mouse over the <p> element in the current document." End Sub --> </script> </head>
The <p> section code below calls the DisplayMessage procedure located in the <head> section of the document. When the user positions the mouse over the <p> element in the document, a message will be displayed.
<body> <p onmouseover = "DisplayMessage">Move the mouse over this paragraph to view a message.</p> </body>
The following line of code sets the onmouseover attribute to the DisplayMessage procedure call. The index value zero (0) denotes the <p> tag as the only <p> element in the current page and the only <p> element in the all collection.
ActiveDocument.body.all.tags("p").item(0).onmouseover = "Display Message"