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when using this code from answer 2:

Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.Application objWord;
for (int i = 0; i < objWord.Windows.Count; i++)
     object a = i+1;
     Window objWin = objWord.Windows.get_Item(ref a);

I do get results displaying two word document windows, but the only problem is 4 exist and 4 word documents are open. It gives me the first 2, but nothing more. Am I doing something wrong?

What I have tried:

I've tried seeing if the count is wrong, but anything outside of 1 and 2 throw an error, even 0. It appears the code doesn't see but two of the docs, even though there are 4. They aren't an old session either. That doesn't matter, since I tested that too. Doesn't matter which two are first, only two are seen.
Updated 19-Jun-19 21:37pm

You shoul ask the person who posted that answer.
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Maciej Los 20-Jun-19 4:30am    
Please, don't get me wrong, but i'm pretty sure that such of "answer" should be posted in a comment, Richard.
BTW: very good tip.
Richard MacCutchan 22-Jun-19 5:41am    
I agree; thank you for pointing that out.
There's a collection of Documents[^], you can step through...

foreach(Document doc in WordApp.Documents)
   //your logic here
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