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Hi, i'm looking for a function to delete one line from a word document. I want to do this from
I tried:
Do While WordDoc.Content.Find.Execute(FindText:="%NP6%", Wrap:=Word.WdFindWrap.wdFindContinue) = True

Instead of deleting one row it deletes the complete first part of the document, including the line with %NP6%.
Anyone an idea, Thanks, Rob
Posted 1-Jan-13 10:13am
Updated 1-Jan-13 10:23am

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What you're doing here is deleting lines while NP6% is still found in your document. Since you're deleting lines one by one it's no wonder all the lines up until the line with %NP6% are deleted. Once %NP6% is deleted the deleting will stop.
Instead you should try looping through the Sentences of WordDoc.Content and check the Text Property. If it contains %NP6% delete it.
Sound a right advice. My 5.

Happy New Year!
Naerling 2-Jan-13 1:21am
Thanks Sergey. And a happy new year to you too!

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