Assembly: Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word (in Microsoft.Office.Interop.Word.dll)
'Declaration Function AddCallout ( _ Type As MsoCalloutType, _ Left As Single, _ Top As Single, _ Width As Single, _ Height As Single, _ ByRef Anchor As Object _ ) As Shape 'Usage Dim instance As Shapes Dim Type As MsoCalloutType Dim Left As Single Dim Top As Single Dim Width As Single Dim Height As Single Dim Anchor As Object Dim returnValue As Shape returnValue = instance.AddCallout(Type, _ Left, Top, Width, Height, Anchor)
Shape AddCallout( MsoCalloutType Type, float Left, float Top, float Width, float Height, ref Object Anchor )
Required MsoCalloutType. The type of callout.
MsoCalloutType can be one of these constants.
msoCalloutOne – Positions callout line straight down along the left edge of the callout box.
msoCalloutTwo – Positions callout line diagonally down and away from the left edge of the callout box.
msoCalloutThree – Positions callout line straight out and then diagonally down and away from the left edge of the callout box.
msoCalloutFour – Positions callout line along the left edge of the callout text box.
msoCalloutMixed – A return value indicating that more than one MsoCalloutType exists in a range or selection.
Required Single. The position, in points, of the left edge of the callout's bounding box.
Required Single. The position, in points, of the top edge of the callout's bounding box.
Required Single. The width, in points, of the callout's bounding box.
Required Single. The height, in points, of the callout's bounding box.
Optional Object. A Range object that represents the text to which the callout is bound. If Anchor is specified, the anchor is positioned at the beginning of the first paragraph in the anchoring range. If this argument is omitted, the anchoring range is selected automatically and the callout is positioned relative to the top and left edges of the page.
You can insert a greater variety of callouts, such as balloons and clouds, using the AddShape method.