There is an article about Predefined Bookmarks in the Word developer reference.
I have remade this table based on that article.
|\Doc||Entire contents of the active DOCument.|
|\StartOfDoc||Beginning(START) OF the DOCument.|
|\EndOfDoc||END OF the DOCument.|
If the current selection contains more than one page, the “\Page” bookmark is the first page of the selection.
|\Sel||Current SELection or the insertion point.|
|\StartOfSel||START OF the current SELection.|
|\EndOfSel||END OF the current SELection.|
|\Line||Current LINE or the first line of the current selection.|
|\Char||Current CHARacter, which is the character following the insertion point, or the first character of the selection.|
If more than one paragraph is selected, the first paragraph of the selection.
If the selection contains more than one section, the “\Section” bookmark is the first section in the selection.
If the selection includes more than one table, the “\Table” bookmark is the entire first table of the selection, even if the entire table is not selected.
|\Cell||Current CELL in a table.
If one or more cells of a table are included in the current selection, the “\Cell” bookmark is the first cell in the selection.
|\HeadingLevel||The HEADING that contains the insertion point or selection, plus any subordinate headings and text. If the current selection is body text, the “\HeadingLevel” bookmark includes the preceding heading, plus any headings and text subordinate to that heading.|
|\PrevSel1||Most recent SELection where editing occurred.|
|\PrevSel2||Second most recent SELection where editing occurred.|
- Word 2013
- Word 2010
- Word 2007