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CellsSRCExists property

CellsSRCExists property

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Determines whether a ShapeSheet cell exists in the scope of a search.

Version added

4.0

Syntax

intRet = object.CellsSRCExists(section, row, column, fExistsLocally)

intRet

Integer. False (0) if a cell doesn't exist; True (-1) if it does.

object

Required. An expression that returns a Shape object.

section

Required Integer. The cell's section index.

row

Required Integer. The cell's row index.

column

Required Integer. The cell's column index.

fExistsLocally

Required Integer. The scope of the search.

Remarks

Constants for section, row, and column indices are declared by the Visio type library as members of VisSectionIndices, VisRowIndices, and VisCellIndices, respectively.

The fExistsLocally argument specifies to the scope of the search:

  • If fExistsLocally is non-zero (True), the CellsSRCExists property returns True only if the object contains the cell locally; if the cell is inherited, the CellsSRCExists property returns False.
  • If fExistsLocally is zero (False), the CellsSRCExists property returns True if the object either contains or inherits the cell.

To search for a cell by name, use the CellExists property.

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