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ShapeSplit Cell (Shape Layout Section)

Office 2007

Indicates whether this shape can split shapes that are splittable.

ValueDescriptionAutomation constant

0

Do not allow this shape to split other shapes.

visSLOSplitNone

1

Allow this shape to split other shapes.

visSLOSplitAllow

Remarks

A shape that can split other shapes must be either a 2-D shape or a 1-D placeable shape.

Automatic splitting of shapes is enabled and disabled at three different levels: application, page, and shape. By default, splitting is enabled at the application and page level; for shapes, it varies by drawing type.

To enable/disable splitting at the application level, use the Enable connector splitting setting on the General tab of the Options dialog box (Tools menu).

To enable/disable splitting on a page, see the PageShapeSplit cell.

To cause a 1-D shape to be splittable, see the ShapeSplittable cell.

To get a reference to the ShapeSplit cell by name from another formula, or from a program using the CellsU property, use:

Cell name:

ShapeSplit

To get a reference to the ShapeSplit cell by index from a program, use the CellsSRC property with the following arguments:

Section index:

visSectionObject

Row index:

visRowShapeLayout

Cell index:

visSLOSplit




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