Now, from here the things has started complicated, One of the "Word Wizard" in my office asked me to open a document in a particular zoom type.
I hope you have noticed a zoom bar in word before, by moving you are zoom-in-and-zoom-out a document. This was the tricky question, but after a research, I have manage to do it.
It' is only one liner :)
In the below line of code, I am setting a zoom view to 200%. Remember the property is in percentage.$word.Application.ActiveWindow.View.Zoom.Percentage = 200;
That's all, rest of the code is same.
The complete code is :
$word = New-Object -ComObject "Word.Application"
$word.Visible = $true
$myFile = "C:\Users\aman.dhally\Documents\PolyCom-ThreeParty Conefrence.docx"
$word.Application.Documents.open($myFile) | Out-Null
$word.Application.ActiveWindow.View.Zoom.Percentage = 200;
It's cool no?
NOTE : The Zoom only works, if you have an document already open, otherwise, you will get an exception error.