Selection.IterationMode Property (Visio)

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Determines whether a Selection object reports subselected shapes and groups in which a shape is selected. Read/write.

expression .IterationMode

expression A variable that represents a Selection object.

Return Value

Long

The items in a Selection object are a subset of the descendants of the Selection object's containing shape.

  • A top-level shape in a Selection object is an immediate child of the selection's containing shape.

  • A subselected shape in a Selection object is not an immediate child of the selection's containing shape.

  • A superselected shape in a Selection object has at least one immediate child that is subselected.

If a shape is subselected, each of its ancestors?except the containing shape itself?is superselected.

The value of the IterationMode property is a combination of the following values.

Constant

Value

Description

visSelModeSkipSuper

&H0100

Selection does not report superselected shapes.

visSelModeOnlySuper

&H0200

Selection only reports superselected shapes.

visSelModeSkipSub

&H0400

Selection does not report subselected shapes.

visSelModeOnlySub

&H0800

Selection only reports subselected shapes.

When a Selection object is created, its initial iteration mode is visSelModeSkipSub + visSelModeSkipSuper. It reports neither subselected nor superselected shapes and behaves identically to Selection objects in versions of Microsoft Visio prior to Visio 2000.

You can determine whether an individual item in a Selection object is a subselected or superselected item by using the ItemStatus property.

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