VML Left Attribute
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Determines the position of the shape relative to the element left of it in the document flow. Read/write. String.
<v: element style="left: expression ">
The Left attribute is similar to the standard HTML Left attribute for styles.
Units may be mapped to the parent element or may be in absolute units. This attribute will not be written out for shapes anchored inline.
|Auto||Default position of an element in the flow of the page.|
|units||A number with an absolute units designator (cm, mm, in, pt, pc, or px) or a relative units designator (em or ex). If no units are given, pixels (px) is assumed.|
|percentage||Value expressed as a percentage of the parent object's width.|
VML Standard Attribute
The left value of the shape is set to 1 in the example below.
<v:rect id=myrect fillcolor="red" style="position:relative;top:1;left:1;width:20;height:20"> </v:rect>
Left Attribute Example. (Requires Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 or greater.)
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