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FullScreenBackgroundColor Property [Visio 2003 SDK Documentation]

Office 2003

Determines the background color of the Microsoft Office Visio full-screen view window.

objRet = object.FullScreenBackgroundColor

object.FullScreenBackgroundColor = setObj

objRet    OLE_COLOR. Current background color of the full-screen view window.

object    Required. An expression that returns an ApplicationSettings object.

setObj   Required OLE_COLOR. New background color of the full-screen view window.

Version added

2003

Remarks

Valid values for an OLE_COLOR property within Visio can be one of the following:

  • &H00bbggrr, where bb is the blue value between 0 and 0xFF (255), gg the green value, and rr the red value.
  • &H800000xx, where xx is a valid GetSysColor index.

For details about the GetSysColor function, search for "GetSysColor" in the Microsoft Platform SDK on MSDN.

The OLE_COLOR data type is used for properties that return colors. When a property is declared as OLE_COLOR, the Properties window displays a color-picker dialog box that allows the user to select the color for the property visually, rather than having to remember the numeric equivalent.

In addition, you can use the following Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) color constants for OLE_COLOR.

Constant Value Description

vbBlack

0x0

Black

vbRed

0xFF

Red

vbGreen

0xFF00

Green

vbYellow

0xFFFF

Yellow

vbBlue

0xFF0000

Blue

vbMagenta

0xFF00FF

Magenta

vbCyan

0xFFFF00

Cyan

vbWhite

0xFFFFFF

White

Setting the FullScreenBackgroundColor property is equivalent to setting the Full Screen background color option in the Color Settings dialog box. (On the Tools menu, click Options, click Advanced, and then click Color Settings.)

Setting the BackgroundColor property of the active window to a value other than the default (-1) overrides the FullScreenBackgroundColor setting for that window. To be able to reset the background color of the full-screen view window by setting the FullScreenBackgroundColor property, you must reset BackgroundColor to its default value, -1. If multiple windows are open, setting BackgroundColor for one window has no effect on the setting for other open windows.

Note  The ability to set full-screen view background color programmatically for users running in high-contrast mode is restricted.





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