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Projects Object (Project)

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Contains a collection of Project objects.

Example

Using the Project Object

Use Projects (Index), where Index is the project index number or project name, to return a single Project object. The following example switches among all the open projects, memorizes the full name of each, and then displays the results.

Dim Temp As Long, Names As String 



For Temp = 1 To Projects.Count 

 Projects(Temp).Activate 

 Names = Names & Projects(Temp).FullName & vbCrLf 

Next Temp 



MsgBox Names

Using the Projects Collection

Use the Projects property to return a Projects collection. The following example counts the number of open projects.

Application.Projects.Count

Because the Projects collection is a top-level object, the following example is functionally identical to the preceding one.

Projects.Count

Use the Add method to add a Project object to the Projects collection. The following example creates a new project without prompting for project information.

Projects.Add False

Methods

Name
Add
CanCheckOut
CheckOut

Properties

Name
Application
Count
Item
Parent

See also

Other resources

Project Object Model

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