* For instructions on how to add a function to a workbook refer to the page under Inserting Functions
* The equivalent JavaScript function is WORKBOOKPROPERTIES

Returns the value of one of the built-in document properties for the current workbook.
You can refer to document properties either by index value or by their English name.
The following list shows the available built-in index values and document property names:
1 Title
2 Subject
3 Author
4 Keywords
6 Template
7 Last Author
8 Revision Number
9 Application Name
10 Last Print Date
11 Creation Date
12 Last Save Time
13 Total Editing Time *
14 Number of Pages *
15 Number of Words *
16 Number of Characters *
17 Security
18 Category
19 Format
20 Manager
21 Company
22 Number of Bytes *
23 Number of Lines *
24 Number of Paragraphs *
25 Number of Slides *
26 Number of Notes *
27 Number of Hidden Slides *
28 Number of Multimedia Clips *
29 Hyperlink Base
30 Number of Characters (with spaces) *
* Excel isn't required to define values for every built-in document property.
If Microsoft Excel doesn't define a value for one of the built-in document properties, reading the Value property for that document property results in an error.
You have to press Ctrl+Alt+F9 to have the formula recalculated.


property_name_or_id = The id or English name of the built-in document property

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