DefaultWebOptions.FolderSuffix Property (Word)

Returns a String that represents the folder suffix that Microsoft Word uses when you save a document as a Web page, use long file names, or save supporting files in a separate folder. Read-only.

expression .FolderSuffix

expression Required. A variable that represents a DefaultWebOptions collection.

To save supporting files in a separate folder, set the UseLongFileNames and OrganizeInFolder properties to True.

Newly created documents use the suffix returned by the FolderSuffix property of the DefaultWebOptions object. The value of the FolderSuffix property of the WebOptions object may differ from that of the DefaultWebOptions object if the document was previously edited in a different language version of Microsoft Word. You can use the UseDefaultFolderSuffix method to change the suffix to the language you are currently using in Microsoft Office.

By default, the name of the supporting folder is the name of the Web page plus an underscore (_), a period (.), or a hyphen (-) and the word "files" (appearing in the language of the version of Word in which the file was saved as a Web page). For example, suppose that you use the Dutch language version of Word to save a file called "Page1" as a Web page. The default name of the supporting folder is Page1_bestanden.

The following table lists each language version of Office and gives its corresponding LanguageID property value and folder suffix. For the languages that are not listed in the table, the suffix ".files" is used.

Language

LanguageID

Folder suffix

Arabic

1025

.files

Basque

1069

_fitxategiak

Portuguese (Brazil)

1046

_arquivos

Bulgarian

1026

.files

Catalan

1027

_fitxers

Chinese - Simplified

2052

.files

Chinese - Traditional

1028

.files

Croatian

1050

_datoteke

Czech

1029

_soubory

Danish

1030

-filer

Dutch

1043

_bestanden

English

1033

_files

Estonian

1061

_failid

Finnish

1035

_tiedostot

French

1036

_fichiers

German

1031

-Dateien

Greek

1032

.files

Hebrew

1037

.files

Hungarian

1038

_elemei

Italian

1040

_file

Japanese

1041

.files

Korean

1042

.files

Latvian

1062

_fails

Lithuanian

1063

_bylos

Norwegian

1044

-filer

Polish

1045

_pliki

Portuguese

2070

_ficheiros

Romanian

1048

.files

Russian

1049

.files

Serbian (Cyrillic)

3098

.files

Serbian (Latin)

2074

_fajlovi

Slovakian

1051

.files

Slovenian

1060

_datoteke

Spanish

3082

_archivos

Swedish

1053

-filer

Thai

1054

.files

Turkish

1055

_dosyalar

Ukranian

1058

.files

Vietnamese

1066

.files

This example places the folder suffix used by the active document in a String variable.

strFolderSuffix = ActiveDocument.WebOptions.FolderSuffix
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