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Shapes.AddCurve Method

Returns a Shape object that represents a Bézier curve in a document.

Namespace: Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word
Assembly: Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word (in microsoft.office.interop.word.dll)

Dim SafeArrayOfPoints As Object
Dim Anchor As Object
Dim returnValue As Shape
Dim shapes1 As Shapes
returnValue = shapes1.AddCurve(SafeArrayOfPoints, Anchor)

Shape AddCurve(
	[In] ref object SafeArrayOfPoints, 
	[In, Optional] ref object Anchor
public Shape AddCurve(
	/*in*/System.Object SafeArrayOfPoints, 
	/*in*/System.Object Anchor
function AddCurve(
	 SafeArrayOfPoints : Object, 
	 Anchor : Object
) : Shape;



Required Object. An array of coordinate pairs that specifies the vertices and control points of the curve. The first point you specify is the starting vertex, and the next two points are control points for the first Bézier segment. Then, for each additional segment of the curve, you specify a vertex and two control points. The last point you specify is the ending vertex for the curve. Note that you must always specify 3n + 1 points, where n is the number of segments in the curve.


Optional Object. A Range object that represents the text to which the curve is bound. If Anchor is specified, the anchor is positioned at the beginning of the first paragraph in the anchoring range. If this argument is omitted, the anchoring range is selected automatically and the curve is positioned relative to the top and left edges of the page.

Any public static (Shared in Visual Basic) members of this type are thread safe. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.

Development Platforms

Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional, Windows Server 2003, and Windows 2000

Target Platforms