Returns an Object that represents the specified OLE object's top-level interface. This property allows you to access the properties and methods of an ActiveX control or the application in which an OLE object was created. The OLE object must support OLE Automation for this property to work.
expression Required. An expression that returns an OLEFormat object.
This example sets the value of the first shape on the active document. For the example to work, this first shape must be an ActiveX control (for example, a check box or an option button).
With ActiveDocument.Shapes(1).OLEFormat .Activate Set myObj = .Object End With myObj.Value = True
This example adds a new ActiveX control to the active document. The example then activates the new option button and sets some of its properties.
Set myOB = ActiveDocument.Shapes _ .AddOLEControl(ClassType:="Forms.OptionButton.1") With myOB.OLEFormat .Activate Set myObj = .Object End With With myObj .Value = False .Caption = "My Caption" .AutoSize = True End With
Applies to | OLEFormat Object
See Also | Using Events with ActiveX Controls