||Text used to uniquely identify the activity
||The document to be saved, output of another activity, usually mail
||String, field or function, or a combination of these identifying the folder
to save a document in
||String, field or function, or a combination of these used to give the
document a name
||If True any file with that name is overwritten
||Optional Variant. The format in which the document is saved. Can be any
WdSaveFormat constant. To save a document in another format, specify the
appropriate value for the SaveFormat property of the FileConverter object
||True to lock the document for comments. The default is False
||A password string for opening the document. (See Remarks below.)
||True to add the document to the list of recently used files on the File
menu. The default is True.
||A password string for saving changes to the document. (See Remarks
||True to have Microsoft Word suggest read-only status whenever the document
is opened. The default is False.
||True to save TrueType fonts with the document. If omitted, the
EmbedTrueTypeFonts argument assumes the value of the EmbedTrueTypeFonts
||If graphics were imported from another platform (for example, Macintosh),
True to save only the Windows version of the imported graphics.
||True to save the data entered by a user in a form as a data record.
||If the document has an attached mailer, True to save the document as an
AOCE letter (the mailer is saved).
||Optional MsoEncoding. The code page, or character set, to use for documents
saved as encoded text files. The default is the system code page.
||If the document is saved as a text file, True to insert line breaks at the
end of each line of text.
||If the document is saved as a text file, True allows Word to replace some
symbols with text that looks similar. For example, displaying the copyright
symbol as (c). The default is False
||The way Word marks the line and paragraph breaks in documents saved as text
files. Can be any WdLineEndingType constant.
||Optional Variant. True adds control characters to the output file to
preserve bi-directional layout of the text in the original document.