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This article contains a Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) procedure that demonstrates how to use the Visio.Document object and work with the DocumentSheet property.
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Unlike a Visio.Shape object, the Visio.Document object does not have a ShapeSheet. Instead, it has a DocumentSheet property, whose cells represent properties of the document.
To reference the cells in a Visio.Document object, the DocumentSheet property must be assigned to a Shape object.
To examine the cells in the DocumentSheet in Microsoft Visio, follow these steps:
For additional information about how to use the sample code in this article, click the article number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
277011Or, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
(https://support.microsoft.com/kb/277011/EN-US/ )Visio2000: How to Run Sample Code from Knowledge Base Articles
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Article ID: 290615 - Last Review: October 23, 2013 - Revision: 2.3