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Shapes.AddCallout Method (Publisher)

office 365 dev account|Last Updated: 8/24/2017
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Adds a new Shape object representing a borderless line callout to the specified Shapes collection.

Syntax

expression. AddCallout( Type, Left, Top, Width, Height)

_expression_A variable that represents a Shapes object.

Parameters

NameRequired/OptionalData TypeDescription
TypeRequiredMsoCalloutTypeThe type of callout line.
LeftRequiredVariantThe position of the left edge of the shape representing the line callout.
TopRequiredVariantThe position of the top edge of the shape representing the line callout.
WidthRequiredVariantThe width of the shape representing the line callout.
HeightRequiredVariantThe height of the shape representing the line callout.

Return Value

Shape

Remarks

For the Left, Top, Width, and Height arguments, numeric values are evaluated in points; strings can be in any units supported by Microsoft Publisher (for example, "2.5 in").

The Type parameter can be one of these MsoCalloutType constants.

| msoCalloutOne|A horizontal or vertical single-segment callout line.| | msoCalloutTwo|A freely-rotating single-segment callout line.| | msoCalloutThree|A two-segment callout line.| | msoCalloutFour|A three-segment callout line.|

Example

The following example adds a new freely-rotating callout line to the first page of the active publication.

Dim shpCallout As Shape 

Set shpCallout = ActiveDocument.Pages(1).Shapes.AddCallout _ 
 (Type:=msoCalloutTwo, _ 
 Left:=144, Top:=216, _ 
 Width:=36, Height:=72)
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