VML Clip Attribute
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Determines whether the clipping is on. Read/write. VgTriState.
<v: element clip=" expression ">
If Clip is False, the shape will scale to fit the frame. If True, any parts of the shape that are outside the frame will not be displayed.
VML Standard Attribute
The image defined in the external file will be clipped.
<v:vmlframe id="frame01" clip="True" origin="100pt,100pt" size="50pt,50pt" src="external.vml#shape01" style='top:160pt; left:100pt; width:50pt; height:50pt'> </v:vmlframe>