Objects > TextRange
Sets the end point of the current TextRange object to the end point of another range that had previously been preserved as a variable reference.
Selects all the text that is included in the current TextRange object. This method brings some visual confirmation to users that a script knows ab
Returns the value associated with the command, such as the name font of the selection.
Returns text associated with the command.
Determines whether the named command is supported by the document object.
Determines the current state of the named command.
Indicates whether the command is in an indeterminate state.
Indicates whether the command can be invoked in light of the current state of the document or selection.
Replaces the current text range with the HTML content supplied as a parameter string. Typically, this method is used on a zero-length text range obj
Returns an object reference to the next outermost element that fully contains the TextRange object.
Collapses the text range to an insertion pointer and sets its location to the spot indicated by the horizontal and vertical coordinates in the brows
Moves the current TextRange object's start and end points to encase the specified HTML element object. The resulting text range includes the HTML for
See getBookmark( ).
Moves only the end or start point (respectively) of the current text range by one or more units. An optional parameter lets you specify both the num
Collapses the current text range to an insertion point at the end of the current range and moves it forward or backward from the current position by
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