StyleSheet Object (Word)

Represents a single cascading style sheet attached to a Web document. The StyleSheet object is a member of the StyleSheets collection. The StyleSheets collection contains all the cascading style sheets attached to a specified document.

Use the Item method or StyleSheets(Index), where Index is the name or number of the style sheet, of the StyleSheets collection to return a StyleSheet object. The following example removes the second style sheet from the StyleSheets collection.

Sub WebStyleSheets() 
 ActiveDocument.StyleSheets.Item(2).Delete 
End Sub

Use the Index property to determine the precedence of cascading style sheets. The following example creates a table of attached cascading style sheets, ordered and indexed according to which style sheet is most important.

Sub CSSTable() 
 Dim styCSS As StyleSheet 
 
 With ActiveDocument.Range(Start:=0, End:=0) 
 .InsertAfter "CSS Name" & vbTab & "Index" 
 .InsertParagraphAfter 
 For Each styCSS In ActiveDocument.StyleSheets 
 .InsertAfter styCSS.Name & vbTab & styCSS.Index 
 .InsertParagraphAfter 
 Next styCSS 
 .ConvertToTable 
 End With 
End Sub

Use the Move method to reorder the precedence of attached style sheets. The following example moves the most important style sheet to the least important of all attached cascading style sheets.

Sub MoveCSS() 
 ActiveDocument.StyleSheets(1) _ 
 .Move wdStyleSheetPrecedenceLowest 
End Sub
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