|0||Indicates all node types. Allows to select all children.|
A Document object that, as the root of the document tree, provides access to the entire Word document.
A Section object that corresponds to one section in a Word document.
A Section node can have Body and HeaderFooter nodes.
A Body object that contains the main text of a section (main text story).
A HeaderFooter object that contains text of a particular header or footer inside a section.
A Table object that represents a table in a Word document.
A row of a table.
A cell of a table row.
A paragraph of text.
A Paragraph node is a container for inline level elements Run, FieldStart, FieldSeparator, FieldEnd, FormField, Shape, GroupShape, Footnote, Comment, SpecialChar, as well as BookmarkStart and BookmarkEnd.
A beginning of a bookmark marker.
An end of a bookmark marker.
A beginning of an editable range.
An end of an editable range.
A beginning of an MoveFrom range.
An end of an MoveFrom range.
A beginning of an MoveTo range.
An end of an MoveTo range.
A group of shapes, images, OLE objects or other group shapes.
A drawing object, such as an OfficeArt shape, image or an OLE object.
A comment in a Word document.
A footnote or endnote in a Word document.
A run of text.
A special character that designates the start of a Word field.
A special character that separates the field code from the field result.
A special character that designates the end of a Word field.
A form field.
A special character that is not one of the more specific special character types.
A smart tag around one or more inline structures (runs, images, fields,etc.) within a paragraph
Allows to define customer-specific information and its means of presentation.
A glossary document within the main document.
A building block within a glossary document (e.g. glossary document entry).
|31||A marker node that represents the start of a commented range.|
|32||A marker node that represents the end of a commented range.|
An Office Math object. Can be equation, function, matrix or one of other mathematical objects. Can be a collection of mathematical object and also can contain some non-mathematical objects such as runs of text.
|34||A subdocument node which is a link to another document.|
|35||Reserved for internal use by Aspose.Words.|
|36||Reserved for internal use by Aspose.Words.|
[C#] Document doc = new Document(); // Returns NodeType.Document NodeType type = doc.NodeType;