Hey, Scripting Guy! I have a folder that contains a number of Microsoft Word documents that are all related to a specific project. I need to know the number of words in all of those Word documents. This is because the project is billable based upon the number of words.
Hey Scripting Guy! We are currently beta testing Microsoft Office 2010. It is awesome by the way, and I need to figure out what version of Word we have installed on our computers. I know there are different versions, and I would like to get some kind of inventory before we do the upgrade.
Hey Scripting Guy! You are not going to believe this. I have just been given the task of counting how many images are embedded in Word documents. The document folder, of course, has hundreds of documents. I am not sure why they want to know how many documents have embedded images,
Hey, Scripting Guy! I loved your last “Hey, Scripting Guy!” article about formatting paragraphs in a Microsoft Office Word document. What I need to do is a little bit more mundane, but for me much more important. I have a number of Word documents that are stored in a folder.
Hey, Scripting Guy! I have really been enjoying the recent Windows PowerShell articles on the Script Center. I am wondering if it is possible to use Windows PowerShell to work with a Microsoft Office Word document. Specifically, what I would like to be able to do is to change the paragraph formatting and perhaps add a border.