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VBA Visio 2013 - Deleting a page in Visio

Posted on 2013-12-19
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I'm trying to delete one page using VBA and I get the following error (See graphic).
I tried placing the code in Visio Objects and in modules  (see graphic also)

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Question by:brothertruffle880
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Chris Bottomley earned 500 total points
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YOu are missing a required parameter ... renumber remaining pages yes or no i.e.:

activedocument.Pages("too big photos").Delete(false)
or
activedocument.Pages("too big photos").Delete(true)

as appropriate

Chris
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Note to help understanding, in your document the renumber property will have no bearing where all pages are renamed from the default Page-n style BUT the property is still required as there is no default.

Chris
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