Application.ActivePage Property (Visio)
Returns the active Page object. Read-only.
Version Added: Visio 2.0
expression A variable that represents an Application object.
The ActivePage property returns a Page object only when the active window displays a drawing page; otherwise, it returns Nothing. To verify that a page is active, use the Is operator to compare the ActivePage property with Nothing.
It is possible to get the active window without qualification from the Microsoft Visio global object, which is automatically available to VBA code that is part of the VBA project of a Visio document. For example, you can use this code:
Set vsoPage = ActivePage
If your Visual Studio solution includes the Microsoft.Office.Interop.Visio reference, this property maps to the following types:
This Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) macro shows how to get the active page without qualification from the Visio global object, which is automatically available to VBA code that is part of the VBA project of a Visio document.
Public Sub ActivePage_Example() Dim vsoPage As Page 'Find out if a page exists, and if it does, get the page. If Not(ActivePage Is Nothing) Then Set vsoPage = ActivePage Debug.Print vsoPage.Name Else Debug.Print "No active page." End If End Sub