ChartObjects Properties (Excel)

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Name

Description

Application

When used without an object qualifier, this property returns an Application object that represents the Microsoft Excel application. When used with an object qualifier, this property returns an Application object that represents the creator of the specified object (you can use this property with an OLE Automation object to return the application of that object). Read-only.

Count

Returns a Long value that represents the number of objects in the collection.

Creator

Returns a 32-bit integer that indicates the application in which this object was created. Read-only Long.

Height

Returns or sets a Double value that represents the height, in points, of the object.

Left

Returns or sets a Double value that represents the distance, in points, from the left edge of the object to the left edge of column A (on a worksheet) or the left edge of the chart area (on a chart).

Locked

Returns or sets a Boolean value that indicates if the objects are locked.

Parent

Returns the parent object for the specified object. Read-only.

Placement

Returns or sets a Variant value, containing an XlPlacement constant, that represents the way the objects are attached to the cells below them.

PrintObject

True if the objects will be printed when the document is printed. Read/write Boolean.

ProtectChartObject

True if the embedded chart frame cannot be moved, resized, or deleted through the user interface. Read/write Boolean.

ShapeRange

Returns a ShapeRange object that represents the specified object or objects. Read-only.

Top

Returns or sets a Double value that represents the distance, in points, from the top edge of the object to the top of row 1 (on a worksheet) or the top of the chart area (on a chart).

Visible

Returns or sets a Boolean value that determines whether the object is visible. Read/write.

Width

Returns or sets a Double value that represents the width, in points, of the object.

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