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Row element (User-defined Cells Section) ('Visio XML')

Office 2013

Last modified: January 09, 2014

Applies to: Office 2013 | Office 365 | Visio 2013

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Element information
Definition
Elements and attributes

A user-specified piece of information that can be referred to by other cells and add-on tools.

Element type

UserRow_Type

Namespace

http://schemas.microsoft.com/office/visio/2012/main

Schema file

VisioSchema15.xsd

Document parts

document.xml, masters.xml, master#.xml, pages.xml, page#.xml

< xs:element name="Row" type="UserRow_Type" >
</xs:element >

If the schema defines specific requirements, such as sequence, minOccurs, maxOccurs, and choice, see the definition section.

Parent elements

Element

Type

Description

Section

Section_Type

A user-specified piece of information that can be referred to by other cells and add-on tools.

Child elements

Element

Type

Description

Cell

Cell_Type

One property of a user-specified piece of information that can be referred to by other cells and add-on tools.

Attributes

Attribute

Type

Required

Description

Possible values

Del

xsd:boolean

optional

Specifies whether a row that would otherwise be inherited from a master shape has been deleted.

Values of the xsd:boolean type.

IX

xsd:unsignedInt

optional

Specifies the one-based identifier for the row. It should be unqiue and greater than other identifiers in the same section.The IX attribute is only used for the Character, Connection, Field, FillGradient, Geometry, Layer, LineGradient, Paragraph, Reviewer, Scratch, and Tabs sections. A row can only have one of the IX or N attributes.

Values of the xsd:unsignedInt type.

LocalName

xsd:string

optional

Specifies the unique language-dependent name of the row.

Values of the xsd:string type.

N

xsd:string

optional

Specifies the unique language-independent name of the row.The N attribute is only used for the User, Property, Actions, Control, Connection, Hyperlink, and ActionTag sections. A row can only have one of the IX or N attributes.

Values of the xsd:string type.

T

xsd:string

optional

Specifies the type of the geometric path represented by the row and used in geometry visualization. The T attribute is only used for the Geometry section.

Values of the xsd:string type.

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