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GetViewsByName Function
The name to match
Gets a collection of views that matches the name.
object.GetViewsByName( _
   ByVal name As String _
) As _View()


The name to match

Return Value

A array of views that match the specified name.

If you are developing a Microsoft Office macro, use a Variant type when enumerating through a set as shown in the following sample. Do not use a View type as an enumerator in a Microsoft Office macro.

If you are developing a macro in a Micro Focus product, you can use a Variant type or a View type for the enumerator.

This sample gets all of the running views and prints the number of views and the title of each view.
Public Sub GetRunningViewsByName()
    'Declare object variables for the Application and Frame Objects
    Dim app As Attachmate_Reflection_Objects_Framework.ApplicationObject
    Dim f As Attachmate_Reflection_Objects.Frame
    'Declare variables for views
    Dim myView As Attachmate_Reflection_Objects.view
    Dim v As Variant
    Dim allViews As Variant
    'Get a handle to the Application object
    Set app = GetObject("Reflection Workspace")
    'Get the Frame object and print the number of views
    Set f = app.GetObject("Frame")
    Debug.Print "count=" & f.ViewCount
    'Get all the view objects in the frame and print the title of each view
    allViews = f.GetViewsByName("")
    For Each v In allViews
        Set myView = v
        Debug.Print "View title = " & myView.titleText
End Sub
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