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Trying to set ActiveX Control formating to Don't move and resize with cells

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I am trying to set the format controls of several activex command buttons on an excel sheet to "Don't Move or size with cell" using vba.  I've looked into the placement property but do not see that option.  Below are the only three options I found

ws.Shapes("cmdDeleteLine").Placement = xlMove
ws.Shapes("cmdDeleteLine").Placement = xlMoveAndResize
ws.Shapes("cmdDeleteLine").Placement = xlFreeFloating
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I found the answer at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/211835
xlFreeFloating is corresponds to Don't move or size with cells
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