VML TextBoxRect Attribute

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Defines one or more text boxes inside a shape. Read/write. String.

Applies To

Path

Tag Syntax

<v: element textboxrect=" expression ">

Script Syntax

element .textboxrect="expression"

expression=element.textboxrect

Remarks

A textbox is defined by one or more sets of numbers specifying (in order) the left, top, right, and bottom points of the rectangle. Multiple sets are delimited by a semicolon. The default value is the same dimension value as the containing rectangle. If more than one textbox is defined, the comma-delimited quadruple sets that define each textbox are separated by semicolons. Normally textboxes come in sets of 1, 2, 3, or 6 rectangles on a shape.

VML Standard Attribute

Example

A textbox of 95 units by 95 units is defined and placed 5 units inside the top left corner of the shape.

   <v:shape id="rect01"
   coordorigin="0 0" coordsize="200 200"
   strokecolor="red"
   style="top:1;left:1;width:50;height:50">
   <v:path id= "mypath" v="m 1,1 l 1,200, 200,200, 200,1 x e"
   textboxrect="5 5 100 100"/>
   </v:shape>