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Page element (Pages_Type complexType) ('Visio XML')

Office 2013 and later

Last modified: March 09, 2015

Applies to: Office 2013 | Office 365 | Visio 2013

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Element information
Definition
Elements and attributes

Contains elements that define a page in the document.

Element type

Page_Type

Namespace

http://schemas.microsoft.com/office/visio/2012/main

Schema file

VisioSchema15.xsd

Document parts

pages.xml

< xs:element name="Page" type="Page_Type" minOccurs="0" maxOccurs="unbounded" >
</xs:element >

If the schema defines specific requirements, such as sequence, minOccurs, maxOccurs, and choice, see the definition section.

Parent elements

Element

Type

Description

Pages

Pages_Type

Contains the Page elements for the document.

Child elements

Element

Type

Description

PageSheet

PageSheet_Type

Contains elements that define the page sheet for a Page element.

Attributes

Attribute

Type

Required

Description

Possible values

Background

xsd:boolean

optional

A flag indicating if the page is a background page.

Values of the xsd:boolean type.

BackPage

xsd:unsignedInt

optional

The ID of this page's background page.

Values of the xsd:unsignedInt type.

ID

xsd:unsignedInt

required

The unique ID of the element within its parent element.

Values of the xsd:unsignedInt type.

IsCustomName

xsd:boolean

optional

Indicates whether the name has been customized by the user.

Values of the xsd:Boolean type.

IsCustomNameU

xsd:boolean

optional

Indicates whether the universal name has been customized by the user.

Values of the xsd:Boolean type.

Name

xsd:string

optional

The name of the element.

Values of the xsd:string type.

NameU

xsd:string

optional

The universal name of the element.

Values of the xsd:string type.

ReviewerID

xsd:unsignedInt

optional

The ID of the reviewer associated with the markup overlay.

Values of the xsd:unsignedInt type.

ViewCenterX

xsd:double

optional

ViewCenterX and ViewCenterY specify a center point on a page that a new view (window) assumes when it is opened initially.

Values of the xsd:double type.

ViewCenterY

xsd:double

optional

ViewCenterX and ViewCenterY specify a center point on a page that a new view (window) assumes when it is opened initially.

Values of the xsd:double type.

ViewScale

xsd:double

optional

The default magnification factor to use when a new view (window) of the page is opened. For example, 1 = 100%; 1.5 = 150%, and so on.

Values of the xsd:double type.

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