How can I do French and English Spell Checking using MS Word from Python
tim.golden at viacom-outdoor.co.uk
Fri Oct 22 10:54:18 CEST 2004
| Well I thought I had the problem solved, but it stopped
| working for both Dispatch and EnsureDispatch.
Just to clarify something here: once you've run EnsureDispatch
at least once, both Dispatch and EnsureDispatch do the same
thing. All that EnsureDispatch does is to make sure that a
proxy module has been generated.
| import win32com.client
| import msword9
| #msword = win32com.client.Dispatch("Word.Application")
| msword = win32com.client.gencache.EnsureDispatch ("Word.Application")
| msword.Selection.LanguageID = 1033
I'm not sure what that "import msword9" is doing there. Is it
a module of your own? At any rate, you're not using it in this
| Here is what happened.
| * I added German language spell checking to Word and started getting
| AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'LanguageID'
Roger Upole said in another thread that an empty Word application
has no Selection object. That may well be true, but the following
code works perfectly for me, whether because it *isn't* true, or because
Word is automatically giving you at least one Document to work with.
In either case, it doesn't seem to be your problem.
msword = win32com.client.gencache.EnsureDispatch ("Word.Application")
const = win32com.client.constants
msword.Selection.LanguageID = const.wdGerman
[... snip description of rebuilding ...]
This shouldn't have made any difference (altho' there's no
harm in it, just in case something had corrupted or become
Do you think you could post an *exact* dump of your interpreter
window, showing enough steps for the app to fail, and showing
the error message you receive?
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