VML Skew Element
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Defines a skew for a shape.
The following attributes modify a skew.
|Ext||Defines the way a skew is displayed.|
|ID||Defines a unique identifier for a skew.|
|Matrix||Defines a perspective transform for a skew.|
|Offset||Defines the offset of a skew.|
|On||Determines whether the skew will be displayed.|
|Origin||Determines the origin of a skew.|
This element must be defined within a Shape element.
The following is the minimum code needed to produce a skew.
<v:rect fillcolor="green" style="position:relative;top:1;left:1;width:50;height:50"> <o:skew on="t" matrix="1,-0.5,0,0.75,0,0"/> </v:rect>
The Skew element is a Microsoft Office Extension to VML.
Build date: 2/7/2012