RelMoveTo Row (Geometry Section)

Office 2013

Last modified: February 13, 2012

Applies to: Office 2013 | Visio 2013

Contains the x- and y-coordinates of the first vertex of a shape or the x- and y-coordinates of the first vertex after a break in a path, relative to the height and width of the shape.

Note Note

A RelMoveTo row can only be persisted in the .vsdx, .vsdm, .vstx, .vstm, .vssx, and .vssm file formats. When a file is saved to the Visio 2003-2010 formats, the RelMoveTo row is converted to a MoveTo row.

A RelMoveTo row contains the following cells.

Cell

Description

X

If the RelMoveTo row is the first row in the section, the X cell represents the x-coordinate of the first vertex of a shape relative to the width of the shape. If the RelMoveTo row appears between two rows, the X cell represents the x-coordinate of the first vertex after the break in the path.

Y

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

Values in the RelMoveTo row are equivalent to values in a MoveTo row that are multiplied by the width and height of the shape. For example: a RelMoveTo row where the value of the X cell is "0" and the value of the Y cell is "0.5" could be replaced with MoveTo row where the value of the X cell is the formula "Width*0" and the Y cell is the formula "Height*0.5."

The RelMoveTo row contains the x- and y-coordinates of the first vertex for the shape if the MoveTo row is the first row in the section. Usually this is the first vertex placed when the shape was drawn, and it does not necessarily correspond to the begin point of a 1-D shape.

A Geometry section must begin with a MoveTo or a RelMoveTo row, but you can also use the RelMoveTo row and MoveTo row to represent a gap in the stroking of a shape's path relative to the shape’s width and height. However, when the path is used to define the boundary of a filled region, this gap is interpreted as a straight line segment. To insert such a gap, insert a row between two rows and change the row type to RelMoveTo. If the RelMoveTo row is between two rows, it contains the x- and y-coordinates of the first vertex of the line after the break in the shape's path.

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