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# Y Cell (Geometry Section)

Office 2013

Published: July 16, 2012

Represents a y-coordinate on a shape in local coordinates. This table describes the Y cell based on the row in which it's located.

Row

Description

If the MoveTo row is the first row in the section, the Y cell represents the y-coordinate of the first vertex of a path. If the MoveTo row appears between two rows, the Y cell represents the y-coordinate of the first vertex after the break in the path.

The y-coordinate of the ending vertex of a straight line segment.

The y-coordinate of the ending vertex of an arc.

The y-coordinate of the ending vertex of an elliptical arc.

The y-coordinate of the ending vertex of a polyline.

The y-coordinate of the last control point of a nonuniform rational B-spline (NURBS).

The y-coordinate of a spline's second control point.

The y-coordinate of a control point.

A y-coordinate of a point on the infinite line.

The y-coordinate of the center of the ellipse.

To get a reference to the Y cell by name from another formula, or from a program using the CellsU property, use:

 Cell name: Geometryi.Yj where i and j = <1>, 2, 3... Geometryi.Y1 (InfiniteLine and Ellipse rows) where i = <1>, 2, 3...

To get a reference to the Y cell by index from a program, use the CellsSRC property with the following arguments:

 Section index: visSectionFirstComponent + i where i = 0, 1, 2... Row index: visRowVertex + j where j = 0, 1, 2... visRowVertex (InfiniteLine and Ellipse rows) Cell index: visY (MoveTo, LineTo, ArcTo, EllipticalArcTo, NURBSTo, Polyline, SplineStart, and SplineKnot rows) visInfiniteLineY1 (InfiniteLine row) visEllipseCenterY (Ellipse row)
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