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Page.SetResults Method (Visio)

Sets the results or formulas of one or more cells.

Version Added: Visio 4.5

expression .SetResults(SID_SRCStream(), UnitsNamesOrCodes(), resultArray(), Flags)

expression A variable that represents a Page object.

Parameters

Name

Required/Optional

Data Type

Description

SID_SRCStream()

Required

Integer

An array identifying cells to be modified.

UnitsNamesOrCodes()

Required

Variant

Measurement units to be attributed to entries in results array.

resultArray()

Required

Variant

Results or formulas to be assigned to identified cells.

Flags

Required

Integer

Flags that influence the behavior of SetResults.

Return Value

Integer

The SetResults method is like the Result method of a Cell object, except that it can be used to set the results (values) of many cells at once, rather than one cell at a time.

For Page objects, you can use the SetResults method to set results of any set of cells in any set of shapes of the page or master.

You tell the SetResults method which cells you want to set by passing an array of integers in SID_SRCStream(). SID_SRCStream() is a one-dimensional array of 2-byte integers.

For Page objects, SID_SRCStream() should be a one-dimensional array of 4n 2-byte integers for n >= 1. The SetResults method interprets the stream as:

{sheetID, sectionIdx, rowIdx, cellIdx }n

where sheetID is the ID property of the Shape object on the page or master whose cell result is to be modified.

If the sheetID in an entry is visInvalShapeID (-1) or if the bottom byte of sectionIdx is visSectionInval (255), the entry is ignored by the SetResults method. The motivation for this is that the same SID_SRCStream() array can be used on several calls to SetResults, GetResults, and similar methods with the caller only needing to make minor changes to the stream between calls.

The UnitsNamesOrCodes() array controls what measurement units individual entries in results are in. Each entry in the array can be a string such as "inches", "inch", "in.", or "i". Strings may be used for all supported Microsoft Office Visio units such as centimeters, meters, miles, and so on. You can also indicate desired units with integer constants (visCentimeters, visInches, and so on) declared by the Visio type library in VisUnitCodes. For a list of constants used for units of measure, see About Units of Measure. Note that the values specified in the UnitsNamesOrCodes() array have no effect if visSetFormulas is set in Flags.

If UnitsNamesOrCodes() is not empty, we expect it to be a one-dimensional array of 1 <= u variants. Each entry can be a string or integer code, or empty (nothing). If the i'th entry is empty, the i'th entry in resultArray() is in the units designated by units(j), where j is the most recent prior entry that is not empty. Thus, if you want all entries in resultArray() to be interpreted in the same units, you need only pass a UnitsNamesOrCodes() array that has one entry. If there is no prior entry that is not empty, or if no units array is supplied, visNumber (0x20) will be used. This causes the application to default to internal units (as does the ResultIU property of a Cell object).

The resultArray() parameter should be a one-dimensional array of 1 <= m variants. A result can be passed as Double, Integer, String, or a reference to a String. Strings are accepted only if visSetFormulas is set in Flags, in which case strings are interpreted as formulas. If resultArray(i) is empty, the i'th cell will be set to the value in resultArray(j), where j is the index of the most recent prior entry that is not empty. If there is no prior entry that is not empty, the corresponding cell is not altered. If fewer results than cells are specified (if m < n), the i'th cell, i < m, will be set to the same value as the m'th cell. Thus, to set many cells to the same value, you need only pass one copy of the value.

The Flags parameter should be a bitmask of the following values.

Constant

Value

Description

visSetFormulas

&H1

Treat strings in results as formulas.

visSetBlastGuards

&H2

Override present cell values even if they're guarded.

visSetTestCircular

&H4

Test for establishment of circular cell references.

visSetUniversalSyntax

&H8

Formulas are in universal syntax

The value returned by the SetResults method is the number of entries in SID_SRCStream() that were successfully processed. If i < n entries are processed correctly, but an error occurs on the i + 1st entry, the SetResults method raises an exception and returns i. Otherwise, n is returned.

The following example shows how to use the SetResults method. This example assumes there is an active page that has at least 3 shapes on it. It uses the GetResults method to get the width of shape 1, the height of shape 2, and the angle of shape 3. It then uses SetResults to set the width of shape 1 to the height of shape 2 and the height of shape 2 to the width of shape 1.The angle of shape 3 is left unaltered.

This example uses the GetResults method of the Page object to get 3 cell formulas and the SetResults method of the same object to set the formulas. The input array has 4 slots for each cell, as it also would for Master objects. For Shape or Style objects, only 3 slots are needed for each cell (section, row, and cell).

 
Public Sub Set Results_Example() 
 
 On Error GoTo HandleError 
 
 Dim aintSheetSectionRowColumn(1 To (3 * 4)) As Integer 
 aintSheetSectionRowColumn(1) = ActivePage.Shapes(1).ID 
 aintSheetSectionRowColumn(2) = visSectionObject 
 aintSheetSectionRowColumn(3) = visRowXFormOut 
 aintSheetSectionRowColumn(4) = visXFormWidth 
 
 aintSheetSectionRowColumn(5) = ActivePage.Shapes(2).ID 
 aintSheetSectionRowColumn(6) = visSectionObject 
 aintSheetSectionRowColumn(7) = visRowXFormOut 
 aintSheetSectionRowColumn(8) = visXFormHeight 
 
 aintSheetSectionRowColumn(9) = ActivePage.Shapes(3).ID 
 aintSheetSectionRowColumn(10) = visSectionObject 
 aintSheetSectionRowColumn(11) = visRowXFormOut 
 aintSheetSectionRowColumn(12) = visXFormAngle 
 
 'Get the first two values in inches. The second element in 
 'the units array is left uninitialized (empty) because we 
 'want the second result in the same units as the first 
 'result. The third result is initialized in degrees. Note that 
 'units can be expressed as a string or an integer constant. 
 Dim avarUnits(1 To 3) As Variant 
 avarUnits(1) = "in." 
 avarUnits(3) = visDegrees 
 
 'Return results of cells as an array of floating point numbers. 
 Dim avarResults() As Variant 
 ActivePage.GetResults aintSheetSectionRowColumn, visGetFloats, _ 
 avarUnits, avarResults 
 
 'Use SetResults to: 
 
 ' - Set the width of shape 1 to the height of shape 2. 
 
 ' - Set the height of shape 2 to the width of shape 1. 
 
 'NOTE: avarResults() is indexed from 0 to 2. 
 
 Dim varTemp As variant 
 varTemp = avarResults(0) 
 avarResults(0) = avarResults(1) 
 avarResults(1) = varTemp 
 
 'Pass the same array back to SetResults that we 
 'just passed to GetResults, but leave the angle 
 'alone. By setting the sheet ID entry in the third 
 'slot of the aintSheetSectionRowColumn array to 
 'visInvalShapeID, we tell SetResults to ignore that slot. 
 aintSheetSectionRowColumn(9) = visInvalShapeID 
 
 'Set the results of the cells. 
 ActivePage.SetResults aintSheetSectionRowColumn, avarUnits, avarResults, 0 
 
 Exit Sub 
 
HandleError: 
 
 MsgBox "Error" 
 
 Exit Sub 
 
End Sub 

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