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Y Behavior Cell (Controls Section)

Last modified: June 17, 2011

Applies to: Office 2013 | Visio 2013

Controls the type of behavior the y-coordinate of the control handle will exhibit after the handle is moved. These formulas are available.

Value

Behavior

Definition

Automation constant

0

Proportional

The control handle can be moved, and it also moves in proportion with the shape when it is stretched.

visCtlProportional

1

Proportional locked

The control handle moves in proportion with the shape, but the control handle itself cannot be moved.

visCtlLocked

2

Offset from bottom edge

The control handle is offset a constant distance from the bottom of the shape.

visCtlOffsetMin

3

Offset from center

The control handle is offset a constant distance from the center of the shape.

visCtlOffsetMid

4

Offset from top edge

The control handle is offset a constant distance from the top of the shape.

visCtlOffsetMax

5

Proportional, hidden

Same as 0, but the control handle is not visible.

visCtlProportionalHidden

6

Proportional locked, hidden

Same as 1, but the control handle is not visible.

visCtlLockedHiddenv

7

Offset from left edge, hidden

Same as 2, but the control handle is not visible.

visCtlOffsetMinHidden

8

Offset from center, hidden

Same as 3, but the control handle is not visible.

visCtlOffsetMidHidden

9

Offset from right edge, hidden

Same as 4, but the control handle is not visible.

visCtlOffsetMaxHidden

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

Cell name:

Controls.name.YConwhere Controls.name is the name of the controls row.

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

Section index:

visSectionControls

Row index:

visRowControl + i
where i = 0, 1, 2...

Cell index:

visCtlYCon

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