Pages.GetNamesU Method (Visio)

Returns the universal names of all items in a collection.

Version Added: Visio 4.5

expression .GetNamesU(localeIndependentNameArray())

expression A variable that represents a Pages collection.

Parameters

Name

Required/Optional

Data Type

Description

localeIndependentNameArray()

Required

String

Out parameter. An array that receives the names of members of the indicated object.

Return Value

Nothing

If the GetNamesU method succeeds, localeIndependentNameArray() returns a one-dimensional array of n strings indexed from 0 to n - 1, where n equals the Count property of the object. The localeIndependentNameArray() parameter is an out parameter that is allocated by the GetNamesU method, which passes ownership back to the caller. The caller should eventually perform the SafeArrayDestroy procedure on the returned array. Note that the SafeArrayDestroy procedure has the side effect of freeing the strings referenced by the array's entries. (Microsoft Visual Basic and Visual Basic for Applications take care of this for you.)

Note Note

Beginning with Microsoft Visio 2000, you can use both local and universal names to refer to Visio shapes, masters, documents, pages, rows, add-ons, cells, hyperlinks, styles, fonts, master shortcuts, UI objects, and layers. When a user names a shape, for example, the user is specifying a local name. Beginning with Microsoft Office Visio 2003, the ShapeSheet spreadsheet displays only universal names in cell formulas and values. (In prior versions, universal names were not visible in the user interface.)

As a developer, you can use universal names in a program when you don't want to change a name each time a solution is localized. Use the GetNames method to get the local name of more than one object. Use the GetNamesU method to get the universal name of more than one object.

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