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Shape.ConnectorFormat Property

Office 2007
Returns a ConnectorFormat object that contains connector formatting properties. Applies to Shape or ShapeRange objects that represent connectors. Read-only.



expression   A variable that represents a Shape object.

This example adds two rectangles to the first page in the active publication and connects them with a curved connector.

Visual Basic for Applications
Dim shpRect1 As Shape
Dim shpRect2 As Shape

With ActiveDocument.Pages(1).Shapes

    ' Add two new rectangles.
    Set shpRect1 = .AddShape(Type:=msoShapeRectangle, _
        Left:=100, Top:=50, Width:=200, Height:=100)
    Set shpRect2 = .AddShape(Type:=msoShapeRectangle, _
        Left:=300, Top:=300, Width:=200, Height:=100)

    ' Add a new curved connector.
    With .AddConnector(Type:=msoConnectorCurve, _
            BeginX:=0, BeginY:=0, EndX:=100, EndY:=100) _

        ' Connect the new connector to the two rectangles.
        .BeginConnect ConnectedShape:=shpRect1, ConnectionSite:=1
        .EndConnect ConnectedShape:=shpRect2, ConnectionSite:=1

        ' Reroute the connector to create the shortest path.
    End With

End With

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