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Shape.ScaleWidth Method

Office 2010

Scales the width of the shape by a specified factor. For pictures and OLE objects, you can indicate whether you want to scale the shape relative to the original size or relative to the current size. Shapes other than pictures and OLE objects are always scaled relative to their current width.

Namespace:  Microsoft.Office.Interop.PowerPoint
Assembly:  Microsoft.Office.Interop.PowerPoint (in Microsoft.Office.Interop.PowerPoint.dll)

void ScaleWidth(
	float Factor,
	MsoTriState RelativeToOriginalSize,
	MsoScaleFrom fScale
)

Parameters

Factor
Type: System.Single
Specifies the ratio between the width of the shape after you resize it and the current or original width. For example, to make a rectangle 50 percent larger, specify 1.5 for this argument.
RelativeToOriginalSize
Type: Microsoft.Office.Core.MsoTriState
Specifies whether a shape is scaled relative to its current or original size.
fScale
Type: Microsoft.Office.Core.MsoScaleFrom
The part of the shape that retains its position when the shape is scaled.

For pictures and OLE objects, you can indicate whether you want to scale the shape relative to the original size or relative to the current size. Shapes other than pictures and OLE objects are always scaled relative to their current width.

The RelativeToOriginalSize parameter value can be one of the following MsoTriState constants. You can specify msoTrue for this parameter only if the specified shape is a picture or an OLE object.

Constant

Description

msoFalse

Scales the shape relative to its current size.

msoTrue

Scales the shape relative to its original size.

The fScale parameter value can be one of the following MsoTriState constants. The default is msoScaleFromTopLeft.

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