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Visio VBA - Shape Text Size

Posted on 2006-11-16
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Hi,

Using a VBA macro, I have added rectangles with text to a Visio diagram.  What VBA command do I use to change the font size?

If this is not possible, how do I add a text box over the top of the shape with large font through VBA?

Cheers,

mbf-it
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SOmething along the lines of >.....

object.CharProps(visCharacterSize)=10
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