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Yes, it’s very handy. A workspace, almost by definition, should restore the whole editing environment to exactly what it was when the user saved the workspace. Check out Excel’s workspaces.June 12, 2017 at 12:06 pm in reply to: Can't reliably predict editor.Documents.Item indices #21938
OK — that’s probably a better way to code it. While I disagree with indices changing, I’ll accept it, but I’d like it clarified in the documentation for Documents.Item. Also it’s unclear that Documents Item indices go from 1 to Documents.Count, rather than 0 to Documents.Count-1.
Finally, I still with there were a way to activate a document by using its name, e.g., editor.Documents.Item(“MyDoc.txt”).Activate(). Check out how Excel uses either names or numbers to index its Workbooks, Worksheets, Charts, etc., collections. It would make for shorter and more reliable code.May 3, 2017 at 9:57 am in reply to: In Cell Mode the Sort operations sort headers as data #21749
OK, got it. To me it’s unclear what the button’s tooltip “Heading” and the choices’ tooltips “Heading (0-4)” mean. How about “Heading rows (n)”, where n is the current setting, and “(0-4) heading rows”?