MoveTo Row (Geometry Section)
Last modified: March 09, 2015
Applies to: Office 2013  Visio 2013
Contains the x and ycoordinates of the first vertex of a shape, or represents the x and ycoordinates of the first vertex after a break in a path.
A MoveTo row contains the following cells.
Cell 
Description 

If the MoveTo row is the first row in the section, the X cell represents the xcoordinate of the first vertex of a shape. If the MoveTo row appears between two rows, the X cell represents the xcoordinate of the first vertex after the break in the path. 

If the MoveTo row is the first row in the section, the Y cell represents the ycoordinate of the first vertex of a shape. If the MoveTo row appears between two rows, the Y cell represents the ycoordinate of the first vertex after the break in the path. 
The MoveTo row contains the x and ycoordinates of the first vertex for the shape if the MoveTo row is the first row in the section. Usually this is the first vertex placed when the shape was drawn, and it does not necessarily correspond to the begin point of a 1D shape.
A geometry section must begin with either a RelMoveTo or a MoveTo row, but you can also use the MoveTo and RelMoveTo rows to represent a gap in the stroking of a shape's path. However, when the path is used to define the boundary of a filled region, this gap is interpreted as a straight line segment. To insert such a gap, insert a row between two rows and change the row type to MoveTo. If the MoveTo row is between two rows, it contains the x and ycoordinates of the first vertex of the line after the break in the shape's path.