VML IVgAdjustments Data Type

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Collection of adjustments to a shape that can be used in formulas. Adjustments can be used as temporary placeholders or for any reason you would use variables. There are only 8 adjustments in the collection.

AttributesDescription
LengthInteger. Number of adjustments. Can be no greater than 8.
ItemLong. Array of adjustments indexed from 0 to 7. Note that adjustments may be sparcely specified; that is, intermediate array values may not always be filled. For example, item 1, 3, and 5 could have values for a length of 3, with item(0), item(2), and item(4) specified. To see if an item exists, use the Exists attribute.
ExistsIVgTriState. Determines whether a specified adjustment exists. Note that an index must be used; that is, exists(item) must be used to retrieve the existence of an item.
ValueString. Text representation of numeric values, with commas between each number.

 

 

 

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