Shapes.AddConnector Method

Office 2010

Creates a connector. Returns a Shape object that represents the new connector. When a connector is added, it is not connected to anything. Use the BeginConnect and EndConnect methods to attach the beginning and end of a connector to other shapes in the document.

Namespace:  Microsoft.Office.Interop.PowerPoint
Assembly:  Microsoft.Office.Interop.PowerPoint (in Microsoft.Office.Interop.PowerPoint.dll)

Shape AddConnector(
	MsoConnectorType Type,
	float BeginX,
	float BeginY,
	float EndX,
	float EndY
)

Parameters

Type
Type: Microsoft.Office.Core.MsoConnectorType
The type of connector.
BeginX
Type: System.Single
The horizontal position, measured in points, of the connector's starting point relative to the left edge of the slide.
BeginY
Type: System.Single
The vertical position, measured in points, of the connector's starting point relative to the top edge of the slide.
EndX
Type: System.Single
The horizontal position, measured in points, of the connector's ending point relative to the left edge of the slide.
EndY
Type: System.Single
The vertical position, measured in points, of the connector's ending point relative to the top edge of the slide.

When you attach a connector to a shape, the size and position of the connector are automatically adjusted, if necessary. Therefore, if you're going to attach a connector to other shapes, the position and dimensions you specify when adding the connector are irrelevant.

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