Most of the objects in the Office object model have objects with associated collections. The collection object is usually the plural form of the associated object. For example, the
CommandBars collection holds a collection of
CommandBar objects. For simplicity, all the objects and associated collections are grouped together under the same heading.
In most cases, the purpose of the collection object is only to hold a collection of the same objects. The common properties of the collection objects are listed in the following section. Only unique properties, methods, or events are mentioned in each object section.
Read-only. Returns a reference to the application owning the current object.
Read-only. Returns the number of objects in the collection.
Read-only. Returns a
Objects also have some common properties. To avoid redundancy, the common properties of all objects are listed next. They will be mentioned in each object description as existing but are only defined here.
Read-only. Returns ...