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Exercise: Eagle and Owl fable in Word
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Create a macro to loop over all of the characters in the second paragraph, adding each to the front of a string variable so that you can display the paragraph backwards:
The second paragraph in reverse!
Be warned that (like most things in Word) this is not easy, and you will need to read the following notes carefully:
- The active document in Word can be referred to as ActiveDocument - it has a Paragraphs collection
- Any paragraph has a Range property, which itself consists of a collection of Characters
- There is no such thing as a Character object in Word - instead, a Characters collection (bizarrely) consists of individual Range objects, each one character long
When you have finished, save your document with the same name and close it down.