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From tj>
Subject Re: Request mwike account or something to that effect
Date Thu, 13 Dec 2012 11:01:54 GMT
On 12/12/2012 20:14, Ed Bradford wrote:
> I would like to ask a question about how to
> write a macro that can dynamically discover a table to sort.
> Having to define each "range" and each macro to sort each range doesn't
> work for me.
> I might be missing something, but I simply wanted to ask my question:
> How can a Macro dynamically discover the range of data to apply its logic
> to?
> Ed Bradford
> Pflugerville,TX
Hi, Ed,

You get a reward for spelling out your problem: a direct answer, instead 
of an unfortunate runaround.

Your question belongs on the User Forum[1], but you will probably find 
the answers already there, with useful code examples and in much greater 
detail than the brief explanation below. If you still need to ask 
something, sign up for a forum account (that's DIY).

Writer keeps its tables in a collection, available from the document 
object. You can iterate through the collection, looking for tables that 
meet your criteria for "needs sorting".

Each table has a collection of rows. That collection has a useful 
property, ".getCount()", which returns the number of rows.

Happy sorting!



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