Strange problem with win32 (WinWord Automotion).

GerritM gmuller at worldonline.nl
Wed Aug 14 16:00:39 CEST 2002


"vtail" <vtail at yandex.ru> schreef in bericht
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> Greetings.
>
> Can someone please help me with win32-related problem? I've following
> obvious test script:
> ----
> import win32com.client
> from win32com.client import Dispatch
>
> wdGoToHeading = 0
>
> def f1(filename):
>     W = Dispatch("Word.Application")
>     W.Visible = 0
>     wdGoToHeading = win32com.client.constants.wdGoToHeading
>
>     W.Documents.Open(filename)
>     D = W.Documents[0]
>     R = D.Range()
>     print "R start & end", R.Start, R.End
>     R1 = R.GoTo(wdGoToHeading)
>     print "R1 start & end", R1.Start, R1.End
>
>     f2(R)
>
> def f2(R):
>     print "f2 R start & end", R.Start, R.End
>     R1 = R.GoTo(wdGoToHeading)
>     print "f2 R1 start & end", R1.Start, R1.End
>
> if __name__=="__main__":
>     f1(r"o:\_public\_publishing\_mcomment\mc020821.doc")
> ----
>
> and it returns following lines:
>
> ----
> R start & end 0 41773
> R1 start & end 2617 2617
> f2 R start & end 0 41773
> f2 R1 start & end 0 0
> ----
>
> - that looks quite strange. Do you have any ideas about it?
>
> Thanks a lot, Victor.

In f1 you use wdGoToHeading defined within that function, in f2 you use
wdGoToHeading defined to be 0 in line 4 ??

I did not check with the namespace rules, but I would make explicit which
wdGoToheading f2 is using.

regards Gerrit

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