20.3. Working with the Selection Object
To perform actions on part of a document using VBA, you can access that zone in three ways:
By using the Selection object
By directly accessing the object that you want to affect
By defining a range that encompasses the object.
Using the Selection object is analogous to working interactively with Word and works well with procedures that require the user to select an object or position the insertion point to denote what the procedure should affect.
Using the Selection object is also effective when you're learning to use VBA with Word, because many actions that you record using the Macro Recorder use the Selection object.
The Selection object represents the current selection in the active document in Word. ...