View Object
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View Object

Office 2003

Represents the current editing view in the specified document window.

Using the View Object

Use the View property of the DocumentWindow object to return the View object. The following example sets the size of window one and then sets the zoom to fit the new window size.

With Windows(1)
    .Height = 200
    .Width = 250
    .View.ZoomToFit = True
End With

Note  The View object can represent any of the document window views: normal view, slide view, outline view, slide sorter view, notes page view, slide master view, handout master view, or notes master view. Some properties and methods of the View object work only in certain views. If you try to use a property or method that's inappropriate for a View object, an error occurs.

Parent Objects | DocumentWindow Object

Child Objects | PrintOptions Object

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