Page.OriginalPage Property (Visio)
Published: July 16, 2012
Returns the Page object that represents the original Microsoft Visio drawing page that was marked up on separate markup overlays by reviewers of the drawing. Read-only.
If the Page parent object is not a markup overlay, OriginalPage returns an error. To determine if a page is a markup overlay, check to see whether Page.Type = visTypeMarkup (3).
When a user clicks Track Markup, Visio creates a new page of type visTypeMarkup. The original page has type visTypeForeground or visTypeBackground. Each markup overlay is associated with a unique original drawing page.
This Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) macro uses the OriginalPage property to get the name of the original page that was marked up on a markup overlay and display it in the Immediate window. Before running this macro, make sure that a drawing page is displayed in the active window.
Public Sub OriginalPage_Example() 'Turn on Track Markup to make a markup overlay the active page. Application.ActiveDocument.DocumentSheet.CellsSRC(visSectionObject, visRowDoc, visDocAddMarkup).FormulaU = True 'Display the name of the original page that currently is being marked up. Debug.Print ActivePage.OriginalPage.Name End Sub