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<Windows> element

<Windows> element

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Contains the Window elements for a document.

Syntax

<Windows
    [ClientWidth = "intval"]
    [ClientHeight = "intval"]> 
</Windows>

Attributes

ClientWidth

Optional int.

ClientHeight

Optional int.

Element information

Example

The following example is from a document containing three window elements: the main drawing page and two stencils.

The example has been excerpted for clarity.

<Windows ClientWidth="1024" ClientHeight="625">
  <Window ID="0" WindowType="Drawing" WindowState="1073741824" WindowLeft="-4" WindowTop="-23" WindowWidth="1032" WindowHeight="652" ContainerType="Page" Page="2" ViewScale="1" ViewCenterX="4.25" ViewCenterY="8.390625">
   …
  </Window>
  <Window ID="1" WindowType="Stencil" WindowState="67109889" WindowLeft="-195" WindowTop="-1" WindowWidth="187" WindowHeight="623" Document="C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Visio10\1033\Solutions\Visio Extras\Backgrounds (US units).vss" ParentWindow="0">
   …
  </Window>
<Window ID="2" WindowType="Stencil" WindowState="1025" WindowLeft="-195" WindowTop="-1" WindowWidth="187" WindowHeight="623" Document="C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Visio10\1033\Solutions\Visio Extras\Borders and Titles (US units).vss" ParentWindow="0">
   … 
  </Window>
</Windows>

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