Assembly: Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word (in microsoft.office.interop.word.dll)
Shape AddTextbox( [In] MsoTextOrientation Orientation, [In] float Left, [In] float Top, [In] float Width, [In] float Height, [In, Optional] ref object Anchor );
public Shape AddTextbox( /*in*/MsoTextOrientation Orientation, /*in*/float Left, /*in*/float Top, /*in*/float Width, /*in*/float Height, /*in*/System.Object Anchor );
function AddTextbox( Orientation : MsoTextOrientation, Left : float, Top : float, Width : float, Height : float, Anchor : Object ) : Shape;
Required Microsoft.Office.Core.MsoTextOrientation. The orientation of the text. Some of these constants may not be available to you, depending on the language support (U.S. English, for example) that you’ve selected or installed.
Required Single. The position, measured in points, of the left edge of the text box.
Required Single. The position, measured in points, of the top edge of the text box.
Required Single. The width, measured in points, of the text box.
Required Single. The height, measured in points, of the text box.
Optional Object. A Range object that represents the text to which the text box is bound. If Anchor is specified, the anchor is positioned at the beginning of the first paragraph in the anchoring range. If this argument is omitted, the anchoring range is selected automatically and the text box is positioned relative to the top and left edges of the page.