Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Appendix G. New Objects in Excel XP
MsoDiagramType
AddNode(pos As
MsoRelativeNodePosition, nodeType
As MsoDiagramNodeType) As
DiagramNode
CloneNode(copyChildren As Boolean,
pTargetNode As DiagramNode, pos
As MsoRelativeNodePosition) As
DiagramNode
Delete()
MoveNode(pTargetNode As
DiagramNode, pos As
MsoRelativeNodePosition)
NextNode() As DiagramNode
PrevNode() As DiagramNode
ReplaceNode(pTargetNode As
DiagramNode)
SwapNode(pTargetNode As
DiagramNode, swapChildren As
Boolean)
TransferChildren(pReceivingNode As
DiagramNode)
Children() As
DiagramNodeChil
dren
Diagram() As
IMsoDiagram
Layout() As
MsoOrgChartLay
outType
Root() As
DiagramNode
Shape() As Shape
TextShape() As
Shape
DiagramNode
Item(Index As Variant) As
DiagramNode
SelectAll()
Count() As
Signed machine
int
DiagramNodes
Count() As
Signed machine
int
FirstChild() As
DiagramNode
LastChild() As
DiagramNode
AddNode(Index As Variant,
nodeType As MsoDiagramNodeType)
As DiagramNode
Item(Index As Variant) As
DiagramNode
SelectAll()
DiagramNodeChildren
Diagrams are special types of shapes that organize data visually. There are six types of diagrams,
including flow charts (organizational charts) and various types of relationship charts. The
Diagram-related objects programmatically create and edit diagrams. For more on this, please see
Appendix A, The Shape Object .
Error Object
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Object
Properties
Ignore() As Boolean
Value() As Boolean
Error
 
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